by Iain Roberts on 11 September, 2015
The full plans for the proposed development on the Tatton Cinema site in Gatley have now been put online on the council’s website.
Keith and the Lib Dem team have long worked to get the site developed. This proposal is for 35 flats, a small supermarket at the front and retaining the art-deco frontage.
To have a planning application is a big step forward. We want to know what you think about the application. We have to bear in mind, though, that we can only say “yes” or “no” to a planning application – not change it – and the outcome of saying “no” might well be that the site stays as it is now for several more years.
Even if the planning application is approved, that’s no guarantee that something will be built, so the Lib Dems are also pressing the council to continue with the Compulsory Purchase Order.
“It’s a belt-and-braces approach,” Keith said. “There are no guarantees, but we are doing everything we can to make sure the Tatton site is developed properly.”17 Comments