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Horsham council to seek long term lease for the site

Horsham council to seek long term lease for the site
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Horsham council to seek long term lease for the site

A former Tesco store in Horsham is to be sold after council tenants failed to secure long-term lease for its land.

The vacant retail site at Lough Hogg Road, wi우리카지노th its extensive car park, is part of a complex of retail sites with plans to redevelop it into apartments, office space, a hotel, offices, and retail space.

A report has been drawn up by Cheshire Council’s development programme unit, with planning permission granted to three potential buyers, after Cheshire Council found the firm that bought Tesco from Walbridge in October had not applied for planning permission for the site.

Tesco has since withdrawn its application, but Cheshire Council said the firm still appeared to be in active discussions.

“The council is confident that the successful bidder, in line with the decision of Tesco, will be able to operate and manage the site to date,” it said.

It added: “There will be no further comment to make on any discussions currently in progress with the Tesco group or any other interested parties.”

However, a Tesco spokesman declined to comment on whether there could be future sales, saying: “We have no plans whatsoever for sale.”

On Tuesday, Chjarvees.comeshire Council announced the sale of two separate properties to one buyer with permission, in partnership with the firm of former Tesco boss Richard Bannister.

And the council confirmed that after its decision to stop looking at Tesco and other proposed tenants for a supermarket at the site, it would now look at other retailers for the space.

The current site was first identified for potential development back in 2003, but the site was left empty for more than eight years.

But despite the repeated warnings from Cheshire Council, Tesco has continued to find it difficult to secure planning permission, despite repeated efforts from the council.

Cheshire Council said: “In August last year, Tesco Group was unsuccessful in finding permission for the proposed redevelopment of Lough Hogg Road, which has been vacant for six years.

“The council has taken this issue to the High Court which upheld the planning approval for the site in December 2014.

“The Tesco 더킹카지노Group has confirmed that the current site is currently in active planning discussions with one potential buyer.

“There have been no further developments on the site since November 2013, although the council intends to continue considering the site as a potential site for redeveloping.”

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Horsham council to seek long term lease for the site

A former Tesco store in Horsham is to be sold after council tenants failed to secure long-term lease for its land.

The vacant retail site at Lough Hogg Road, wi우리카지노th its extensive car park, is part of a complex of retail sites with plans to redevelop it into apartments, office space, a hotel, offices, and retail space.

A report has been drawn up by Cheshire Council’s development programme unit, with planning permission granted to three potential buyers, after Cheshire Council found the firm that bought Tesco from Walbridge in October had not applied for planning permission for the site.

Tesco has since withdrawn its application, but Cheshire Council said the firm still appeared to be in active discussions.

“The council is confident that the successful bidder, in line with the decision of Tesco, will be able to operate and manage the site to date,” it said.

It added: “There will be no further comment to make on any discussions currently in progress with the Tesco group or any other interested parties.”

However, a Tesco spokesman declined to comment on whether there could be future sales, saying: “We have no plans whatsoever for sale.”

On Tuesday, Chjarvees.comeshire Council announced the sale of two separate properties to one buyer with permission, in partnership with the firm of former Tesco boss Richard Bannister.

And the council confirmed that after its decision to stop looking at Tesco and other proposed tenants for a supermarket at the site, it would now look at other retailers for the space.

The current site was first identified for potential development back in 2003, but the site was left empty for more than eight years.

But despite the repeated warnings from Cheshire Council, Tesco has continued to find it difficult to secure planning permission, despite repeated efforts from the council.

Cheshire Council said: “In August last year, Tesco Group was unsuccessful in finding permission for the proposed redevelopment of Lough Hogg Road, which has been vacant for six years.

“The council has taken this issue to the High Court which upheld the planning approval for the site in December 2014.

“The Tesco 더킹카지노Group has confirmed that the current site is currently in active planning discussions with one potential buyer.

“There have been no further developments on the site since November 2013, although the council intends to continue considering the site as a potential site for redeveloping.”

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