A Preston cinema which was due to move into the city centre is now to be revamped.Advertisement
Vue at the Capitol Centre has seen plans tabled for a new look entrance and makeover inside.
The cinema, built in 1991, has now seen any work since then.
It was due to anchor a new £40m redevelopment of the Fishergate Shopping Centre, but this fell through when Preston City Council’s planning officers indicated the scheme would be rejected.
Plans for Vue, submitted to South Ribble Borough Council, show a new entrance way with a large orange and black cladding sign.
Vue was due to be demolished, along with Frankie and Benny’s, as part of the move to the Fishergate centre.
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The plans for Vue’s revamp are due to be discussed at a council planning committee on Wednesday 14 September.
Vue’s revamp is the latest change at the Capitol Centre as it was announced the former Comet store is being refitted to become a Furniture Village.
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