The demolition of the Solstice nightclub in Peterborough marks the first stage of the redevelopment in the area.
Planning permission for this work was granted in February this year by Peterborough City Council’s planning committee to permit a mixed-use development scheme.
The development scheme is to include new apartments, commercial units, and student accommodation.
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The work will begin on Monday, November 29, in Northminster with the old club, which closed last year, being demolished and the site cleared.
Members of the public are asked to be aware that this may average some permanent diversions will be in place around the pavements but no road closures will be put in place.
The council’s own residential-led plans by Peterborough Investment Partnership to renovate the former multi-storey car park and market have finally secured planning permission this week, despite the original scheme being put together before the Coronavirus pandemic.
Details of the university form and operator were also granted this week.
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As a consequence of this, developers will be submitting a revised planning application for the Solstice site in response to these changes.
One that continues to sustain the wider regeneration of the Northminster area and progresses the Council’s vision and development for the city.
The updated application is expected to be submitted soon and will not affect this first stage of Solstice nightclub being demolished.
The development will be delivered by the site owners, Glenrowan Homes.
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