St Modwen wins consent in Farnborough

Green light for extension at the Meads

Rushmoor Borough Council’s planning committee has resolved to grant planning permission for the proposed extension to the Meads shopping centre in Farnborough. The scheme has been brought forward by Key Property Investments (KPI), a joint venture between St Modwen and Kuwait-based Salhia Real Estate Company, for the site next to the Kingsmead Shopping Centre and the former Debenhams store. It will feature 30,000 sq ft of new shopping and restaurants, 24,000 sq ft of leisure, 68 apartments with a private communal garden and parking.

Having completed the retail, leisure and residential blocks in 2010 and the cinema and restaurants in summer 2015, this is the next phase in KPI’s regeneration of the 14-acre town centre site.

Philip Robins, head of major projects (south-east) at St Modwen said: “The latest phase of proposed development is a key part of our multi-million-pound regeneration of Farnborough town centre, and we are pleased that this important staging post was successful. We can now look to press ahead with our discussions to attract new retail and leisure lettings with the aim of achieving a start on site towards the end of the year.”

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