New commercial development for Brentwood

by Caroline Wilkinson | 19 Aug 2008

Australia-based developers Stockland has submitted a revised planning application for a mixed-use development at William Hunter Way in Brentwood, Essex.

The plans, being considered by Brentwood Borough Council, include a six-screen Apollo cinema and food store, a new pedestrian link from the development to the high street which includes two retail units, as well as 18 new homes.

The developers, formerly known as Stockland Halladale, has worked with architects Engle and consultants Thomas and ADAMSON and Montagu Evans to create the project.

Ken Lindsay, managing director of Stockland, said: "The revised plans are a major step forward and they address the design and many of the other issues raised by councillors and local residents.

"We are keen to move ahead with the development so that Brentwood Town Centre can see an improvement in its retail and leisure facilities."

Australia-based developers Stockland has submitted a revised planning application for a mixed-use development at William Hunter Way in Brentwood, Essex. The plans, being considered by Brentwood Borough Council, include a six-screen Apollo cinema and food store, a new pedestrian link from the development to the high street which includes two retail units, as well as 18 new homes. The developers, formerly known as Stockland Halladale, has worked with architects Engle
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