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MP welcomes planning permission for Cinema and Student Accommodation

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Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds, commenting on the decision this morning that planning permission has been granted for the four screen cinema, student accommodation and associated shops in Cirencester has said:
“This is one of the most exciting developments in Cirencester for a number of years and will provide much needed additional activities for younger people so that they have a wider range of options to enjoy themselves in the town, rather than having to travel to cities further away. In additional, the Royal Agricultural University is going to need more student accommodation. These will be good quality, security controlled, and it will provide some exciting new shops for the town. I am absolutely delighted that everybody has pulled together to secure a really good future for the town”.

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Source: Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds

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