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St James' retail development in Dover takes shape

By Sam Lennon

The giant St James' retail and leisure development will soon spring into life.

KentOnline and its sister paper the Mercury has been given an exclusive tour of the £53 million project in Dover town centre as construction nears the end.

It is scheduled to open by the spring.

The £53m development is taking shape

Neil Crawford of the funders and site owners Legal & General said: "We hope to put Dover back on the map as a retail and leisure destination.

"There are some great tenants moving in."

The scheme will have high street name stores and a multi-plex cinema
The diggers are transforming the town centre location
The development will have a Nando's

The project includes a Cineworld Multiplex, Marks and Spencer, Nando's and The Food Warehouse, a part of Iceland specialising in non-frozen food.

More follows.

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