Chance to view Chorley shops plan
12:00pm Sunday 12th January 2014 in News
BUSINESS leaders are being invited for a ‘sneaky peek’ as work progresses to transform a former derelict site in the heart of a town centre into shops.
Chorley Council, which bought the former McDonald’s site in November 2012, is holding an ‘open lunch’ event on site between noon and 2pm on Wednesday, January 22 to show its potential to prospective tenants.
The site on Market Street had lain derelict for around a decade before the council bought it and the land behind, which was then cleared and resurfaced to create a free car park for shoppers to the town.
The building is now undergoing a £363,000 complete refurbishment to create three new retail units and a kiosk for rent.
The end unit at the junction with Gillibrand Street has now been demolished and a kiosk will be built with a paved area in front.
The rest of the block will become three retail units and the whole frontage will be reclad. A service yard will also be created at the back and work will also be done on the car park at the back, and the neighbouring Fleet Street car park.
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