Burntwood councillor insists joined up thinking was crucial to unlocking new £15million retail development

Burntwood councillor insists joined up thinking was crucial to unlocking new £15million retail development
 

A Burntwood councillor says getting key parties around the table has helped a new retail development come to fruition.
Work is due to begin soon on the new £15million project at the former Olaf Johnson site on Cannock Road.
The land will be transformed into a 68,000 sq ft retail park with nine units, a drive-thru restaurant facility and 300 car parking spaces.
Burntwood Labour councillor Eric Drinkwater has paid tribute to the efforts of his colleague Sue Woodward in helping to ensure a joined up approach was put in place to aid the town’s future success.
“As has been reported recently, the... read more

 
31 January 2018 in Politics, Views: 46
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