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"A feasibility study by planning consultants, Terence O'Rourke, has concluded that this proposal is viable, affordable and will provide sufficient additional capacity to meet existing and future demand."These finding were endorsed by the council's cabinet on June 26, which authorised the use of compulsory purchase powers in support of this scheme.Back then, Rory Davis, development director at the Trevor Osborne Property Group, heralded Odeon’s decision as a vote of confidence in the Nautilus development, as it was known then.“There’s only one scheme in town and this is it,” he said.“We also understand that it has always been the people of Bournemouth’s first choice.
The cinema giant had been committed to this development since February 2012, when the Odeon’s Ken Taylor described the location as “the best leisure site in town”.
“Odeon naturally wanted to cover all their bases, they have spoken to everyone in town and they have made their decision.
This will be the scheme that kickstarts the Bournemouth vision.” The West Central and Pavilion Gardens schemes are broadly similar, in that they both comprise of a multiplex cinema and selection of restaurants and shops.
However, the West Central scheme would be build on land owned by NCP car parks, using private sector funds from Legal and General whereas the Pavilion Gardens scheme relies on Bournemouth council selling them the Bath Road North car park and then entering into a long-term rental agreement for a new underground car park that will be built there.
Both schemes have planning permission, although the council is no longer supportive of the West Central scheme and unsuccessfully tried to scupper it by withholding a small strip of council land.