Telford store plans could go on show in November

Image of how a new development could look The town centre could include a new multiplex cinema

The owner of a Shropshire town centre hopes to put proposals for three major initiatives on display in November.

Hark Group has been planning a new row of shops in Telford, a supermarket on the Red Oak car park and a multi-screen cinema within the town centre.

The firm hopes to put schemes on show later this year as part of its own public consultation before applying for planning permission.

It has been talking to cinema operators over the proposals.

In a separate move earlier this month, Telford & Wrekin Council announced a deal had been agreed with Cineworld for the development of an 11-screen multiplex cinema fronting onto the new Southwater Square.

It added this was the first in what was expected to be a series of announcements of major leisure operators taking up sites in the new £250m development of the Southwater area of the town centre.

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