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William Hunter Way Project Scrapped – Russell Quirk

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AFTER eight years of planning the deal for William Hunter Way’s multi-million pound redevelopment is to be scrapped.

Brentwood Council have confirmed the project with Stockland is “set to be refused” after a development agreement could not be reached.

The main reasons behind this decision were concerns on the level of financial return to Brentwood taxpayers and the ability to deliver the scheme.

The proposals for the town centre road had sought to bring a new supermarket, six-screen cinema and TK Maxx store there.

RQ

Russell Quirk

 

 

Joining me on the telephone on today’s programme was Brentwood First Councillor Russell Quirk.

Russell was calling from the back of a London Taxi as he battled through a disrupted London due to the industrial action on the Tubes. My thanks to Russell for speaking to us under such extreme conditions!

You can hear what he had to say here –Russell Quirke

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William Hunter Way Project Scrapped – Russell Quirk

1206889295

AFTER eight years of planning the deal for William Hunter Way’s multi-million pound redevelopment is to be scrapped.

Brentwood Council have confirmed the project with Stockland is “set to be refused” after a development agreement could not be reached.

The main reasons behind this decision were concerns on the level of financial return to Brentwood taxpayers and the ability to deliver the scheme.

The proposals for the town centre road had sought to bring a new supermarket, six-screen cinema and TK Maxx store there.

RQ

Russell Quirk

 

 

Joining me on the telephone on today’s programme was Brentwood First Councillor Russell Quirk.

Russell was calling from the back of a London Taxi as he battled through a disrupted London due to the industrial action on the Tubes. My thanks to Russell for speaking to us under such extreme conditions!

You can hear what he had to say here –Russell Quirke

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William Hunter Way Project Scrapped – Russell Quirk

1206889295

AFTER eight years of planning the deal for William Hunter Way’s multi-million pound redevelopment is to be scrapped.

Brentwood Council have confirmed the project with Stockland is “set to be refused” after a development agreement could not be reached.

The main reasons behind this decision were concerns on the level of financial return to Brentwood taxpayers and the ability to deliver the scheme.

The proposals for the town centre road had sought to bring a new supermarket, six-screen cinema and TK Maxx store there.

RQ

Russell Quirk

 

 

Joining me on the telephone on today’s programme was Brentwood First Councillor Russell Quirk.

Russell was calling from the back of a London Taxi as he battled through a disrupted London due to the industrial action on the Tubes. My thanks to Russell for speaking to us under such extreme conditions!

You can hear what he had to say here –Russell Quirke

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William Hunter Way Project Scrapped – Russell Quirk

1206889295

AFTER eight years of planning the deal for William Hunter Way’s multi-million pound redevelopment is to be scrapped.

Brentwood Council have confirmed the project with Stockland is “set to be refused” after a development agreement could not be reached.

The main reasons behind this decision were concerns on the level of financial return to Brentwood taxpayers and the ability to deliver the scheme.

The proposals for the town centre road had sought to bring a new supermarket, six-screen cinema and TK Maxx store there.

RQ

Russell Quirk

 

 

Joining me on the telephone on today’s programme was Brentwood First Councillor Russell Quirk.

Russell was calling from the back of a London Taxi as he battled through a disrupted London due to the industrial action on the Tubes. My thanks to Russell for speaking to us under such extreme conditions!

You can hear what he had to say here –Russell Quirke

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