Councillor David Green , leader of the Council, welcomed the announcement, saying he was "pleased" with the outcome, which could lead to all
The Homes and Communities Agency has grown frustrated with Langtree, the company behind a long standing plan to redevelop the key Prince's Way site, and has terminated a legal agreement betweenIt means the New Victoria Place development on the site of the former cinema building, which has been earmarked for demolition for the best part of a decade, will not now go ahead.
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He said they would offer the building to Bradford Council, but would need Government approval before it could be transferred. He added that all options were open for the building but that any plan
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He added that Langtree wanted to extend the eight month period, but that they were not prepared to agree to this as it would change the terms of the original development agreement they inherited
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obligation to commence with the New Victoria scheme we decided to terminate the agreement.
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would need to be "commercially viable" and that he expected its future to be determined within 12 months.
to before passing the document to Bradford Council to seal. This
"We haven't taken this decision lightly and it won't be a simple task to resolve the building's future. But we're determined to secure a viable outcome for the site and we'll work with the Council
would have given the developer valid planning permission for its development as well as conservation area consent to demolish the 1930s building, including its iconic twin towers.
remove potentially fatal asbestos and resolve the complex legal issues surrounding the plans for its future.
and local community to find a solution that meets their ambitions for the city centre."
"We know the Bradford public has been frustrated at the uncertainty surrounding the building and we've been frustrated too. When it was clear that the developer wasn't prepared to meet the
well as tenants and the finances before it could proceed to demolition.
those groups and individuals who have indicated that they have viable and sustainable alternative plans for the building to ask them to bring forward their business cases so they can be reviewed
"I would hope to be meeting the HCA in the near future and to be able to come to an agreement along these lines so that those individuals and organisations with alternative plans will know the
"I am pleased that we have closed this particular chapter on the Odeon which gives us the opportunity to rethink the future of the building.
Plans to redevelop Bradford's Odeon site and create offices, a hotel and apartments in its place have been scrapped as the owner of the building has decided to pull the plug on the development.
save the historic building and give them renewed hope that the building can be permanently saved but the structural condition of the buildingDavid Curtis, HCA executive director for the North East, Yorkshire and The Humber, said: "Since assuming ownership for the building a year ago, we've been working hard to look after the building,
when they took over the building from Yorkshire Forward a year ago this week. In that time he confirmed they had spent more than 1 million on the building, making it safe and removing asbestos.
"We will be speaking to the Homes and Communities Agency about all the issues relating to the Odeon, including future ownership. What I hope they will agree to is that we can now go out to all
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