Cineworld coming to Hounslow High Street Quarter

Posted: Thu, 01 Mar 2018 09:00

Cineworld coming to Hounslow High Street Quarter

Cineworld has confirmed it is coming to Hounslow High Street Quarter, as part of the mixed-use regeneration project being delivered by Barratt London and Wilson Bowden Developments.

Cineworld are the first company to announce it will be part of the development, and will bring a ten-screen multiplex cinema including an IMAX screen.

Barratt London and Wilson Bowden are delivering the development that includes 527 new homes, along with 134,000 sq ft of commercial floor space comprising retail and restaurant use, the new multiplex cinema and around a new public square.

Christopher Durkin, chair of Hounslow town centre's neighbourhood forum group, said:

"The arrival of Cineworld is one of those really exciting events that we all applaud. The High Street Quarter will be an example of how to regenerate town centres in a changing world."

Leader of Hounslow Council, Councillor Steve Curran, said:

"This is exciting news, as bringing a cinema complex to Hounslow will not only provide new leisure and employment opportunities for the local community, but also bring visitors from further afield to experience the vibrant new town centre."

A spokesman from Cineworld said:

"We're looking forward to being part of the new Hounslow scheme, and are excited to bring the local community a place to watch movies on our state-of-the-art screens at Cineworld Hounslow."

Stephen Day, managing director of Barratt West London, said:

"We are delighted to be delivering a project which will provide so many benefits to the people of Hounslow.

"Cineworld is the first confirmed company which will be operating from High Street Quarter and I look forward to welcoming many more big names in the future."

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