Tonbridge town centre cinema plan supported by council

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A plan to build a cinema and shops in Tonbridge town centre has received the support of councillors.

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council voted to proceed with a legal agreement with Sainsbury's over the development.

It would see the existing Sainsbury's store enlarged, a multi-screen cinema and new shops built, and a new community centre.

The council said it would work with the supermarket chain to develop a detailed scheme before submitting applications.

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