17m shopping park hits hitch with Inn pullout "We could have looked at a far bolder vision for that area, ie green spaces with a mixture of businesses paying rent, eg restaurants, cafes and leisure businesses.
"I never saw the need for a retail and hotel development that fitted in with the needs of the town in that particular area. Rob and his wife Debbie, who leased the Ranch House for eight years and coach bags outlet online canada attracted scooter rallies and locals alike, took over the former Imperial pub after leaving the Ranch. After a major refurbishment they now run it as The Exchange. Mr Ellershaw said: "It was very coach outlet atlanta eats difficult for Debbie and I to continue at the Ranch House when there was always a clause that the landowners could take back the building with minimal notice. "If there had been a long term secure lease we would have taken it. "We always suspected that this development was going to take a few twists coach outlet coupons hobby and turns, it was never going to be straightforward. "We have now moved on and secured licensed premises in the vicinity and that has given us the opportunity to bring those premises back to life. "I think we will always have a soft spot for the Ranch House, as people who used to frequent it did. If there had been an opportunity for any sort of new site for the pub within the development we would have been interested and most probably still have been there. "I think it's a shame that the site is left as it is but I'm not for one minute surprised." Nick Johnston, Acquisitions Manager for Premier Inn said: "Due to unforeseen circumstances, in September 2016 we reached an amicable agreement with the developer to withdraw from this site and we understand the developer is in discussions with alternative leisure occupiers. "Premier Inn will continue to consider locations in Morecambe as and when the right site becomes available." Marks and Spencer have shown an interest in opening a foodhall at the park and planning permission has been given. But the shopping giant has not confirmed it will open a store on the site.
An M spokesman said: "We are always looking for new store locations and have an interest in strengthening our offer in the Morecambe area, however we have borse coach outlet no further details to confirm at the moment." Work was originally due to begin in 2015 on the site, which has been vacant for 17 years since Frontierland shut in 2000, But in September 2015, Opus North said "practical hurdles" had slowed down talks with retailers. David Morris, then MP for Morecambe, met with Opus North in April and was assured that "exciting news" was due on the development and "work would start soon".
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