By Martin Neville
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
NEW shops and maisonettes could be built on a former Isle of Wight Council car park in East Cowes.
Plans to redevelop the Well Road car park with a three-storey building of four retail units and nine maisonettes are being recommended for approval.
However, East Cowes Town Council has opposed the scheme on the basis it is over-development and would be out of character and harm the setting of the conservation area.
The Isle of Wight Council’s planning committee will consider the proposals next Tuesday.
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by kevin froment
18th September 2012, at 17:06:16
thats a bit harsh mr strauss, the dogs arent in packs, that how you can tell where theyve been
by Paul Strauss
18th September 2012, at 15:34:32
Provided the developers undertake to deploy a large quantity of rubbish around the site, and perhaps leave some old motorbikes and parts of motorbikes lying around, and employ surly youths to spit on the ground, and release a pack of diarrheal canines in the area, i can see no issue with the development being out of keeping with its surroundings.
18th September 2012, at 13:11:48
how can they say it would be out of character and harm the conservation area, the ugly carbuncle that is called the doctors surgery is hideous. waitrose is just a square blob and there is a sea of tarmac surrounding them, some conservation area. bring on the new shops
by Barry Attrill
18th September 2012, at 12:39:45
Surely it's a good thing for East Cowes! Might get rid of some of the delapadated old run down looking shops!
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