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‘Cinema must return to city centre soon’ pleas fCWaC councillorA NEW theatre arts complex should be built in phases so the cinema element can open as soon as possible.00:01, 13 SEP 2012Updated18:53, 24 JUL 2013Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA NEW theatre arts complex should be built in phases so the cinema element can open as soon as possible.That’s the view of Labour city centre councillor Samantha Dixon who addressed Cheshire West and Chester Council’s Tory executive ahead of its decision to back designs for the cultural centre.At the moment the plan is for the centre to open in its entirety in March 2016 including two small art house cinema screens for 120 and 80 people respectively.But Cllr Dixon told the executive: “It strikes me that bringing cinema back would be quick to do, cost effective and give us something to do in the evenings while we wait for the rest of the development to take shape.”She said cinema operators were ‘champing at the bit’ to locate in Chester.Labour Cllr Louise Gittins (Little Neston and Burton) said the design, which would incorporate the central library, looked ‘amazing’ but was concerned about the ‘escalating costs’.She asked: ” Is this value for public money? And what guarantee is there that the costs will not increase further. A similar yet slightly smaller project in Durham cost only She said a target to raise from private sources like wealthy individuals was challenging given a project to recreate Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre only managed to raise Labour’s Cllr Mark Henesy (Strawberry ward) questioned whether the library facility was being compromised. He added that the original 1936 auditorium was being covered up instead of exposed.Tory councillor Brenda Dowding (Parkgate), who called for constructive comments, responded: “I get puzzled whether the Labour group are for or against things.””With the exception of Cllr Henesy who came and said ‘Have you thought of this and would that be better?’, the rest of you came forward and said ‘Oh dear, what about this?’ and ‘Oh, what about the rising costs?’.”Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterNewsallMost ReadMost RecentChester ZooChester Zoo removes all Nestl products from saleChester ZooChester Zoo welcomes its biggest ever litter of bush dog pupsThe six pups have been seen by zoo visitors for the first timeFarndonFarndon Holt Bridge to close for 14 weeks for vital repair workErosion of the historic sandstone has increased significantlyTraffic and TravelCollapsed sewer means Sandy Lane in Chester could be closed for a weekChester City CentreWork starts on luxury apartments in Chester city centreFarndonFarndon Holt Bridge to close for 14 weeks for vital repair workErosion of the historic sandstone has increased significantly.

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