Published: 18:38, 21 August 2021
| Updated: 18:55, 21 August 2021
Odeon wants to install security shutters at the entrance to its Canterbury cinema in a bid to prevent anti-social behaviour.
Proposals for the roller blockade on the external entrance lobby - accessed via St George’s Place - have been submitted to the city council’s planning department.
If approved, the shutters would be installed and pulled down each day after the closure of the cinema to prevent it being damaged out-of-hours.
The Odeon is currently not in operation as the site remains a Covid vaccination clinic.
It is not yet known when it will reopen.
The company previously told KentOnline it will keep the closure “under review”.