The development, called Riverside, will take the form of anextension to the existing Marlowes shopping centre, fronting on tothe River Gade. The application is for a 90,000-sf departmentstore; two large shop units, possibly including a food store; 18shop units; restaurants; a 100-bed hotel; 45 apartments and 355 carparking spaces.

Subject to planning, work could start on site in 2002 withcompletion expected at the end of 2004. Crest Nicholson says it isalready in discussions with an operator for the departmentstore.

Ian Scott International is advising CNP and Donaldsons isadvising Dacorum Borough Council.

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