Town Council planning committee anxious to see King's Head Hotel re-open

Town Council planning committee anxious to see King's Head Hotel re-open

Town Council planning committee anxious to see King's Head Hotel re-open

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THE planning committee at Cirencester Town Council is supporting an application for listed building consent made by the King’s Head Hotel in Cirencester.

The application has been made to Cotswold District Council and includes reinstating the hotel’s front elevation back to its original appearance.

Chairman of CTC planning committee Geoffrey Adams said: “At the end of the day we are all anxious to see the King’s Head re-opened.”

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7:46am Mon 28 Jul 14

Steeple says...

Long awaited with much eagerness. And so is improvement to the dismal lighting of the Corn Hall Arcade.
Long awaited with much eagerness. And so is improvement to the dismal lighting of the Corn Hall Arcade. Steeple
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10:29am Mon 28 Jul 14

Geoff66 says...

Anyone know what year this might be????
Anyone know what year this might be???? Geoff66
  • Score: 2

7:17pm Mon 28 Jul 14

Olly Cromwell says...

Here's an article from the back copies of Wilts&Glos Standard saying the Kings Head will be open by September 2008

http://www.wiltsglos
standard.co.uk/news/
1145976.Corn_Hall_fu
ture_sealed_with___5
00_000_revamp/

Oh dear
Here's an article from the back copies of Wilts&Glos Standard saying the Kings Head will be open by September 2008 http://www.wiltsglos standard.co.uk/news/ 1145976.Corn_Hall_fu ture_sealed_with___5 00_000_revamp/ Oh dear Olly Cromwell
  • Score: 3

8:43pm Mon 28 Jul 14

corin22 says...

they still have not built the toilets for the corn hall, a ghost of a building, empty every night, a legacy from wildmoor, as will be the cinema. Who has ever heard of a cinema being built without signing up a cinema chain first. I believe it is a ploy to get the accommodation built, then they will be let out to anyone.
they still have not built the toilets for the corn hall, a ghost of a building, empty every night, a legacy from wildmoor, as will be the cinema. Who has ever heard of a cinema being built without signing up a cinema chain first. I believe it is a ploy to get the accommodation built, then they will be let out to anyone. corin22
  • Score: 1

4:16pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Cotswold Lad says...

The redevelopment has been a nightmare from the start. I feel sorry for all those who went along to the recent recruitment sessions expecting to actually have a job offer and for anyone expecting to be able to book in this side of Christmas. On paper it probably looked a good idea, but just wait until they get hit by the proposed Market Place redevelopment which will cause 12 months chaos right outside the Hotel's main entrance. Should be renamed The White Elephant.
The redevelopment has been a nightmare from the start. I feel sorry for all those who went along to the recent recruitment sessions expecting to actually have a job offer and for anyone expecting to be able to book in this side of Christmas. On paper it probably looked a good idea, but just wait until they get hit by the proposed Market Place redevelopment which will cause 12 months chaos right outside the Hotel's main entrance. Should be renamed The White Elephant. Cotswold Lad
  • Score: 2

8:22am Sun 3 Aug 14

safetyaware says...

Has it really been that long? What chance the Brewery complex? How can CDC even consider this planning application? However, I suppose we should resign ourselves to at least 10 years of chaos!
Has it really been that long? What chance the Brewery complex? How can CDC even consider this planning application? However, I suppose we should resign ourselves to at least 10 years of chaos! safetyaware
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