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Anchor tenant announced for £26m Pioneer Place leisure complex

Popular cinema chain Reel Cinema has signed as anchor tenant for the £26million Pioneer Place leisure and retail scheme in Burnley town centre.

Burnley Council, owners of Pioneer Place, has announced that the scheme has received a significant boost, having signed agreements with Reel to bring an eight-screen, 18,134 sq.ft. multi-screen cinema complex to the Pioneer Place development, which will also include a restaurant plaza, shops and 125-space car park.

The complex will also have space for seven restaurant units and two shops.

Plans to use Historic High Streets funding to further regenerate town centre

Burnley has been awarded a share of a national funding pot to invest in further regenerating its town centre.

The money from the Historic High Street fund will be invested to revitalise lower St James Street

Burnley Council put forward a bid for £1.3 million over four years. The exact amount Burnley will receive will be announced in January following the submission of detailed proposals.

Interested in running a community centre?

An opportunity has arisen to take over the running of a Burnley community centre and help deliver services and activities to local residents.

Burnley Council is keen to hear from any person, community group or other organisation interested in managing the Burnley Wood centre.

The council owns the Springfield Road building and is interested in hearing from anyone who has the skills, enthusiasm and initiative to develop the centre and continue to provide a valuable place for people to meet and enjoy a wide range of activities.

Cash boost for social care projects

Burnley Council is set to invest more than £300,000 on providing new facilities for disabled residents and visitors in the borough.

Councillors are being asked to approve two social care schemes when they meet on Tuesday (Sept 17th), following funding from Lancashire County Council.

Just over £250,000 would be invested in extending Haddon House care home to provide a short break unit for adults with learning and physical disabilities, while £56,622 would be used to provide a sensory room and Changing Places facility in Burnley town centre.

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