Turnstone Estates Gains Planning Consent For St Neots Leisure Scheme

January 11, 2012

Turnstone Estates has been granted planning permission by Huntingdonshire District Council for a 32,000 sq ft leisure scheme that will regenerate a disused fire station and waste recycling plant in St Neots town centre, Cambridgeshire. 

The £8m development will include a six-screen multiplex cinema, four restaurant buildings, three residential flats, and public amenity space. The cinema will be the first ever in St Neots and will also be available for use by local theatre groups. It is scheduled to be open by Easter 2013.

Chris Goldsmith, managing director at Turnstone Estates, commented: “This consent paves the way for a much-needed leisure facility in St Neots. The cinema and restaurants will cater for all ages and breathe life in to the town after the shops have closed for the evening.”

Turnstone Estates is advised by JanuarysWareing & Partners and DH Barford & Co. The architect is JWA Architects


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