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First glimpse of Telford's £250m Southwater revamp

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This is the first glimpse of how a new multi-million pound development in Telford including an 11-screen cinema, hotel and restaurants will look.

This is the first glimpse of how a new multi-million pound development in Telford including an 11-screen cinema, hotel and restaurants will look.

The first phase of the £250 million Southwater development will be unveiled to the public next week when detailed plans go on show in Telford.

Developer Citygrove will reveal more details of its plans for an 11-screen Cineworld multiplex cinema with a hotel and restaurants while Telford & Wrekin Council will unveil drawings for a multi-storey car park.

A detailed planning application is due to go before planners next month and if approved, the development will be built over the next three years.

Residents will get the chance to have their say on the plans during a public consultation in Southwater Square, next to Meeting Point House in Telford, on November 11 and 12.

As part of the public consultation, Telford & Wrekin Council will also be asking for feedback on plans to change the box road around Telford Shopping Centre.

For more information visit the website www.heartoftelford.co.uk

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