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Cannon Lane retail parks receives boost after planning approved and Go Outdoors get onboard

The redevelopment of a retail park in Tonbridge has received a boost after the borough council approved plans to extend the former B&Q building.

The hardware giant left the 3,577 sq m 'unit 1' in May, with neighbours Halfords still trading in 'unit 2' on the Cannon Lane site.

Planning permission had already been granted to divide unit 2 into two stores, which will be occupied by the current tenant and an M&S Foodhall but now developer LondonMetric Saturn can surge ahead with plans to divide unit 1 into five stores.

Cannon Lane retail park in Tonbridge
Cannon Lane retail park in Tonbridge

So far Costa have signed up to the scheme and will occupy the smallest of the five, a 139 sq m plot which will be built to the left of the current building.

Go Outdoors is the latest retailer to be unveiled and will take up a spot in the biggest unit, which stands at 2,500 sq m, while Home Bargains will move in to an extended 1,594 sq m store to the right

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council this week green lighted the division plan and a linked application to improve parking and pedestrian access to the site.

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