Meeting on future of Gravesend town centre due to be held

PUBLISHED: 13:07 17 September 2010 | UPDATED: 16:59 17 September 2010

The towns Heritage Quarter could be transformed by a £120million development

The towns Heritage Quarter could be transformed by a £120million development


The Woodville Halls Theatre is set to host its most dramatic scenes of the year when the highly contentious plans for redevelopment of the Heritage Quarter are discussed on Monday.

A first meeting in April drew a crowd of around 500 and the theatre is expected to be packed once more as Gravesham Borough Council’s Regulatory Board discuss the £120 million project.

The issue has divided the town with hundreds of campaigners signing petitions against the proposal put in by developers Edinburgh House.

The meeting begins at 7pm and is open to the public.

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