A DECISION on the future of a proposed multi-million pound retail and leisure complex in Enniskillen is expected today. The Council’s planning committee will meet this afternoon (16 December) to consider the application. Local planners have recommended refusal of planning permission for the project. Their report will be presented to the planning committee today. […]
The planners have said alternative sites are available closer to the town centre
Councillors are expected to debate the planners’ recommendation on the application next week.
RETAILERS and residents were among those represented at a pre-determination hearing on a proposed sizeable retail and leisure complex. Several objectors made their opinions known. First to speak was Ciara McGriskin of Station Green, Enniskillen. Ms McGriskin outlined that Station Green has live planning permission within the town centre boundary and when combined with vacant […]
LOCAL businesses in Enniskillen are not opposed to big brand stores coming to the town, and are instead against the proposed location of a major new retail and leisure development in the town. That’s the view of one prominent and long-serving local business man, who was speaking ahead of a potential decision on the application […]
A HEARING is to take place on the proposed development of a significant retail and leisure complex in Enniskillen. A decision is nearing on the development which seeks planning permission for the grounds of the old Unipork site. The proposal is for a multi-million pound complex, which will include garden centres, a new cinema, a […]
PLANS to transform the shopping landscape with a new retail complex in Enniskillen appear to be progressing. A sign has been erected advertising a major retail and leisure park “commencing shortly” off the Cornagrade Road. A proposal for the development of ‘Lakelands retail and leisure park’ is currently out for consultation, with planning permission pending […]
The consultation on the development is ongoing with authorities set to make a decision after the consultation period has run its course.
Cinema and hotel included in planned scheme
ENNISKILLEN business representatives have voted overwhelmingly to object to the proposed cinema and leisure complex at the old Unipork site off the Cornagrade Road, citing fears it could seriously damage the town centre. The plans for the development, which were unveiled last month for public consultation, include a multi-screen cinema, drive-through restaurant, coffee outlets, and […]