NEW details of revamped plans for a £65 million retail, leisure and business development which will create 880 jobs have been revealed.

Tollgate Partnership Limited has launched a consultation website for the latest proposals for its Tollgate Village development in Stanway.

It features a series of CGI images of the proposed development produced by architects Corstorphine + Wright.

These are illustrative at this stage and the developer says the plans could change after public feedback.

Residents are being invited to share their thoughts on the proposals for scheme, which is set to be split into four development zones.

The first, the old Sainsbury’s site, will feature 13,000 sqm of retail and leisure floorspace, an eight-screen cinema set to be run by The Light, a bowling alley, restaurants, parking and public realm improvements.

The second zone is the existing Tollgate Retail Park where 1,858 sqm of new retail floorspace is set to be added.

Tollgate Village new plans. Picture: Tollgate Partnership

Tollgate Village new plans. Picture: Corstorphine + Wright

The existing units will be upgraded, the car park reconfigured and new landscaping added.

The other two zones will be employment focused with three office buildings positioned around a car park, smaller units for flexible business space and a 60-bed hotel.

Pedestrian and cycle links will link the sites with electric vehicle charging points created.

Gazette: Tollgate Village new plans. Picture: Corstorphine WrightTollgate Village new plans. Picture: Corstorphine Wright

Tollgate Partnership says plans will cost about £65 million, with 880 jobs created and another 480 during construction.

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A consultation has been launched on the proposals, which runs to May 18.

Jayne Gee and Daniel Watts, directors of Tollgate Partnership, said: “We really want to know what people think of our plans.

“On the website, we include details of how everyone can get in touch with us with questions and comments, and also submit feedback on the proposals for us to consider, ahead of finalising our planning application.

“As Covid-19 restrictions mean we are unable to hold a traditional public exhibition of our proposals, we are holding two online webinars on Tuesday May 4, and invite everyone who is interested in the proposals to join a session at 2-4pm or 6-8pm.”