Cameron Toll cinema approved

Wednesday July 1st 2020

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Written by Local Democracy Reporter, Noa Hoffman

Plans for a new ten-screen multiplex cinema development in Cameron Toll have now been approved.

The proposed cinema will be built as an extension to the existing Cameron Toll Shopping Centre and will include a separate restaurant, retail and GP practice.

The cinema will be operated by Empire Cinemas and built on what is currently the shopping centre’s car park.

The development will lead to a loss of 128 parking spaces, however new racks for bicycles will be installed.

Councillors voted to approve the development 10 to one at a meeting today.

The Cameron Toll development will be the second Empire cinema complex in Scotland, following their opening of the Empire Clydebank in Glasgow.

It will also be the first major multiplex development in the south of the city, with Vue at Ocean Terminal and the Omni Centre, with the Odeon cinemas at Fort Kinnaird and Wester Hailes the other major multiplexes in the city.

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