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Old March 18th, 2016, 02:00 PM   #81
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New supermarket set to open in September



18 March 2016 8:27AM

A NEW supermarket will open in west Cumbria in September.

Work is well underway to clear the way for the Lidl shop at Milltoft, off Curzon Street, Maryport.

Construction traffic has been using a track straight on to Curzon Street, opposite the Spar garage while clearing the site.

Townsfolk were left to wonder if that would be the new access point for the supermarket once it opened.

But plans lodged with Allerdale council show that two turning lanes will be created for traffic travelling from Netherhall Corner and Workington to turn into Lidl and the garage.

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Restaurant set to replace Carlisle city centre bar



21 March 2016 9:32AM

A BAR is set to close its doors for good, with an Italian restaurant chain poised to move in to take on the landmark site.

Owners of the Andalusian bar and bistro on Warwick Road in Carlisle have announced they are to close their business on May 2.

The closure paves the way for Prezzo to take over the running of the distinctive city centre building after they were granted planning permission for change of use from Carlisle City Council.

Bosses from the chain confirmed to the News & Star they wanted to open up a restaurant on the site but insisted negotiations were still ongoing. In a statement on the bar’s Facebook page, management then broke the news of the closure.
Our aim is to open a Prezzo restaurant on the site, however, negotiations still need to be completed

They wrote: “This has been a very difficult decision because we know that we are one of the busiest bars in Carlisle with amazing customers and friends who have supported us over the past six years
“We have been made an offer that was too good to turn down and made the decision it was better to leave when we are on top and the business is booming.

“We would like to thank everyone who has been on this journey with us – customers, staff, suppliers – you have all been amazing and you have all made the Andalusian the place it is today.

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Barbecue season all year round at new Carlisle restaurant



23 March 2016 1:32PM

CARLISLE’S not known for its sizzling weather – but a new restaurant is set to make it barbecue season all year long.

The building which housed the former Keez Bistro on Cecil Street is to become Foxborough.

In the eatery, opening this week, American-style smoked and barbecue meats will be the order of the day.

Business partners and childhood friends Scott Nicholson and Ben Parker, both 33, are the brains behind Foxborough.

They hope the ceramic barbecue they have invested in will become a talking point.

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Primark's 25-year Carlisle city centre deal



9 April 2016 11:23AM

Primark has signed a 25-year deal for its Carlisle store – understood to be one of the company’s biggest deals in the UK.

The retail giant’s long-term plans for the city have been labelled a major boost for the economy.

The budget clothing company has signed a deal with the owners of the Lanes Shopping Centre, Carlisle Shopping Centre Ltd, in which Carlisle City Council owns a 23.66 per cent stake.

Property giant F&C Reit is the biggest partner.

Councillor Les Tickner, who is responsible for finance, governance and resources, said: “It’s understood by the council to be the biggest, one of the longest, contracts ever signed by Primark.”

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He said the deal, which is also one of the biggest for the city council, was part of months of negotiations – including one year free rent – to bring Primark to Carlisle, and one that felt right for the time.

It means after 25 years the council will be more than £2 million better off than it would be had the money it invested in the deal sat in the bank.

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Carlisle city centre book shop on the move



9 April 2016 10:45AM

One of the best-known independent retailers on the high street in Carlisle is preparing for a new chapter.

The Matthews family is planning to relocate its popular Bookends store – but it isn’t going far.

The bookstore has been housed in its current Castle Street store for more than 20 years.

With that lease expiring, Bookends – which sells new titles, toys and other related items – is going to move in with its stablemates further along the street.

The move, due in May, will see Bookends housed in the same building as the long-established secondhand and antiquarian arm of the family-run operation, Bookcase.

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Carlisle city centre book shop on the move



9 April 2016 10:45AM

One of the best-known independent retailers on the high street in Carlisle is preparing for a new chapter.

The Matthews family is planning to relocate its popular Bookends store – but it isn’t going far.

The bookstore has been housed in its current Castle Street store for more than 20 years.

With that lease expiring, Bookends – which sells new titles, toys and other related items – is going to move in with its stablemates further along the street.

The move, due in May, will see Bookends housed in the same building as the long-established secondhand and antiquarian arm of the family-run operation, Bookcase.

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Bookends is always my first port of call when I am book searching. What appeared to be a rather small shop at ground level had a cavernous basement area filled with books. I like books, so I love the place.

Not sure about the move to the Bookcase premises, as it moves the shop away from the centre of the city on the edge of the Market Place to a rather more peripheral location. For the second-hand bookshop that location was possibly not so important as regular second-hand book buyers would probably expect a second-hand bookshop to be a little out of the way, but for buyers of new books there will now be only one bookseller in the heart of the city, Waterstones. Hopefully there is enough loyalty from Bookends' customers.

Clearly the move makes financial sense to the owner in terms of rents etc (I seem to think he owns the Bookcase premises), and fingers crossed that the move is successful, as it is good to have an independent bookshop in the city.
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Old April 14th, 2016, 07:56 PM   #87
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Booths back in business

More good news. I always call into Booths when on my travels in the Lake District (usually for the fine selection of bottled beers) and have been missing it for the last few months. I think a trip to Keswick might be in order at the weekend , although I am not sure about a sand bag cake

Great to read of the progress made in Keswick, as it took a real hammering in December last year.

From the Times and Star, 14-04-2016

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Booths in Keswick is holding a community celebration to mark its full reopening today.

Staff at the store are inviting people to join them for a celebratory day with local producer tastings from 11am to 3pm.

Brysons of Keswick have made a Sand Bag Flood Cake specially for the occasion. The craft bakery is one of a number of Cumbrian suppliers who will feature in the tastings alongside Appleby Creamery, Hawkshead Brewery and Claire's Handmade Preserves, of Fletchertown, near Wigton.

Later on in the evening from 7pm to 9pm a community reception will be held in Booths' cafe for locals and staff members. Those who go along will be given glasses of prosecco and entertained by local band Jazz Town Trio.

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Aye--pleased to see Keswick picking up now after what happened,--we like the place --but haven't been for a few years,---good luck to the Town and People,---cheers.
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Old April 16th, 2016, 11:55 PM   #89
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Aye--pleased to see Keswick picking up now after what happened,--we like the place --but haven't been for a few years,---good luck to the Town and People,---cheers.
Passed through Keswick today and had a quick look around. Almost all of the businesses are up and running now, all the outdoor market stalls were in use and the town was really busy .

Booths confused me as it has been completely rearranged internally. I eventually found the beers and can report that the selection is as good as it used to be. Just a shame that it was near the start of the day and we didn't want to carry beers around all day.

That does, however, make for an excuse to go back soon.

On a not entirely unrelated matter (should be in the transport section) the bus ride around the western shore of Thirlmere and along the specially built road up to Dunmail Raise was very very interesting.
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New Carlisle store starts to take shape for food firm



19 April 2016 8:24AM

Work has begun on a new Farmfoods store in Carlisle that will create seven new jobs.

A huge steel structure has gone up on land in Shaddongate, formerly occupied by Thomas Graham.

Farmfoods, an independent frozen food retailer, is moving from its current site on Lowther Street to the new premises.

A report to Carlisle City Council says: “The current store is not suitable for Farmfoods any longer because it is too small for their current style of retailing, it lacks customer car parking and has poor delivery facilities.”

The firm, which currently employs eight staff, says it has been hunting for new premises for the last five years.

The new site, next to Gate Garage and The Sandwich Mill, will offer car parking for 44 cars.

The report says: “It is expected the new store will employ around 15 staff.

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I wasn't aware of that move. Seems a little bit odd to be moving from Lowther Street in the City Centre (next to Iceland and the other side of the street from The Lanes Shopping Centre) and relocating to somewhere very much on the periphery of the city. The Shaddongate site is near to Sainsbury's and one of the Aldi stores, but it is a fair step from the centre and so I suspect will be much more reliant on customers in cars than the current shop.
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Old April 25th, 2016, 11:36 AM   #92
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Costa to open its third Carlisle cafe



25 April 2016 9:06AM

Up to 10 new jobs are set to be created in Carlisle by coffee giant Costa.

The national chain is looking for new premises in the city with the aim of opening another branch of its popular cafes.
Developments though are at an early stage, the firm says.

A Costa spokeswoman said: “As the UK’s favourite coffee shop brand, we work closely with planning departments across the country to open new stores for the benefit of their local communities, creating new jobs and providing attractive and popular social meeting places.

"We are currently evaluating opportunities in the Carlisle area but have no firm plans at this stage.”

She added that the new store would create jobs for "eight-10 new jobs". The firm pays the National Living Wage to all of its employees, including those who are under the age of 25-years-old and not legally entitled to it.

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Lidl withdraws plans for second store in Carlisle

Published at 11:48, Friday, 08 January 2016

Plans for Carlisle’s fifth budget supermarket have been withdrawn in the wake of the floods.

Lidl had submitted an application to build its second store in the city, but has confirmed these have been pulled ahead of urgent meetings with the Environment Agency.

It has however pledged its commitment to building in the city – and hopefully on that site.

The plans, lodged in September, would have seen the supermarket built on land off Warwick Road – at its junction with Victoria Road. The proposed location was left underwater when Storm Desmond devastated the city.
A spokeswoman for Lidl said: “Following the unprecedented flooding in Carlisle, Lidl has taken the decision to withdraw the planning application to give us the opportunity to reassess the design of the scheme.”

Bosses want to meet with the Environment Agency as soon as possible to determine the level of flood protection required. They hope this can be done once the agency has reviewed all technical data associated with flooding in the area.

“Any proposed scheme will be designed not to exacerbate any

flooding issues in the surrounding area with a view to providing betterment,” added the spokeswoman.

“We remain committed to this scheme and hope to bring it forward as soon as reasonably practicable.”

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It didn't take Lidl long to look at the site again.

From the News and Star, 06-05-2016

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"Plans to bring a fifth budget supermarket to Carlisle which were abandoned because of flooding, are being revisited.

Lidl submitted an application to build its second store in the city on Warwick Road last year, but pulled it in January after the area was devastated by the effects of Storm Desmond.

But now a spokeswoman has said that the firm is still examining whether the shop can go ahead.

She said: “We are reviewing options for Carlisle and remain committed to bringing a new store to the city.

“Warwick Road is still under consideration and we are currently working alongside the Environment Agency, assessing the site.”

The plans, lodged in September, would have seen the supermarket build on land off Warwick Road at its junction with Victoria Road.

The proposed location was left under water when Storm Desmond devastated the city in December.

Lidl already has a store at Madford Retail Park in Charlotte Street, which was extended last summer.
According to Lidl’s planning application, the new 26,600sq ft store would have had “significant economic benefits” and created up to 40 jobs.

Councillor Robert Betton, the Carlisle city and Cumbria county council member for Botcherby, who sits as an Independent on both authorities is worried by the news.

He said: “There are a lot of things which have got to be looked at. Flood plains shouldn’t be built on. If they are built on, the water is going to look for its own level. I will be keeping an eye on it, there is a right place and a wrong place for development.”
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I find it odd that even before the events of last December this site was being considered at all. This is a plot of land I pass almost every time I travel into Carlisle City Centre and parts of it are often under water after heavy (but not exceptional) rainfall. This might be one reason why it has never been built on.

For reference, this is what it looked like (with a rather average quality zoom lens) on 6th December 2015. The land in question is behind the railings and in front of the grassed embankment. Although the flooding was exceptional it is easy to understand the reservations expressed by Councillor Betton and the Environment Agency.


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Primark hiring managers for new Carlisle city centre store



10 May 2016 8:29AM

Primark is advertising jobs at its new store in Carlisle.

The retailer is offering permanent, full-time "management opportunities at all levels".

Salaries range from £23,205 to £33,485, depending on experience.

Primark recently signed a 25-year deal to move into Carlisle city centre, understood to be one of the company’s biggest deals in the UK.

The budget clothing firm penned the contract with the owners of the Lanes Shopping Centre, Carlisle Shopping Centre Ltd, in which Carlisle City Council owns a 23.66 per cent stake.

It will move into the former shop run by BHS, which was paid £5 million to vacate the premises, just three months before that chain collapsed. The city council contributed £1.4m towards the pay-off.

No date has yet been set for Primark's opening but it is expected to be before winter.

Related: Primark to open store in Carlisle

The store will create 144 jobs.

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40 jobs as new Lidl supermarket set for planning go-ahead



18 May 2016 9:26AM

Budget supermarket Lidl looks set to open a new store with the creation of up to 40 jobs.

The chain, which has shops across Cumbria, wants to demolish Fairfield Garage, Travis Perkins and WCF Pet and Equestrian in Cockermouth

The scheme is expected to be given the go-ahead by Allerdale council’s development panel next Tuesday after officers recommended approval

Lidl wants to build a replacement WCF shop alongside the planned 1,777 sq m Lidl store, which would be open from 8am to 10pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays. Traffic access to the proposed development would be taken from Station Road, with a fourth exit added to the existing mini roundabout.

Delivery access will be from New Road to the north east of the site. There would be parking for 90 cars.

The original plans included a new pedestrian zebra crossing across Station Road.This has been removed at the request of highways officers who felt it would have a detrimental impact on traffic flow.

Instead they have asked that the developer should pay £41,500 towards pedestrian improvements elsewhere.

Two letters of representation have been submitted on behalf of Sainsbury’s, which is on the other side of the road.

They state that the proposed development would lead to congestion at the mini roundabout on Station Road and place additional pressure on car parking in the area.

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Whilst a choice of supermarkets could be seen as a good thing for the consumer, does Cockermouth and environs need another one, and is there enough custom to support another one? The town already has a Sainsbury's and an Aldi.

I remember that not long after I moved up here Sainsbury's opened their first store in Cumbria in Cockermouth which was also the first supermarket in the town. Trips to West Cumbria always involved a detour to Cockermouth as I have always been fond of Sainsbury's offering and there wasn't one in Carlisle back then. There is now, and other supermarkets are available in Cockermouth, but I still call into Sainsbury's when I am in the area.
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Whilst a choice of supermarkets could be seen as a good thing for the consumer, does Cockermouth and environs need another one, and is there enough custom to support another one? The town already has a Sainsbury's and an Aldi.

I remember that not long after I moved up here Sainsbury's opened their first store in Cumbria in Cockermouth which was also the first supermarket in the town. Trips to West Cumbria always involved a detour to Cockermouth as I have always been fond of Sainsbury's offering and there wasn't one in Carlisle back then. There is now, and other supermarkets are available in Cockermouth, but I still call into Sainsbury's when I am in the area.
Aye know what you mean,--there seems to be any-amount of Stores opening up ---but Aldi and Lidls are opening all over,--and they seem to be quite popular too.
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Former Hoopers building in Carlisle city centre to reopen as shop



26 May 2016 4:08PM

A prominent Carlisle department store building is poised to reopen as a shopping venue.

The Cumberland News has learned that the former Hoopers and Bulloughs building, on Castle Street, has been sold.

The proposal put forward is to continue with it as a retail building, rather than exploring some of the previously mooted suggestions of converting it or developing it for alternative uses.

Hoopers closed its doors for the final time in August 2012.

It reopened two months later as a discount designer outlet before closing once again in March 2013.

An attempt to sell the 38,000sq ft building at auction fell through.

It briefly opened its doors as Paris, run by Rebecca Menaged, in November 2014, but that closed under a cloud in September last year.

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Lakeland unveils £1m flagship store in Windermere

It was a bit frustrating on my last visit to Lakeland in Windermere to see part of the shop closed off whilst work continued. It meant less chance to see lots of useful gadgets I never realised that I needed (although I did find a couple of items which I did need and gained a few ideas for future reference during my spells of enthusiasm for cookery)

Not sure why there are no photos of the refurbished shop in the article. I guess some will turn up in the Westmorland Gazette next week.

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KITCHENWARE retailer Lakeland has unveied its new-look flagship store in Windermere after spending £1m on the refit.



The shop in Thwaites Lane was officially unveiled on Friday by Malcolm King, the firm’s longest-serving employee who has worked there for almost 45 years.

Half a million people visit the 12,200 sq ft store, which carries more than 1,500 items and a state-of-the-art kitchen where customers can watch product demonstrations.

Director of retail Bob Granger explained that all of the business’ 69 stores were due to be modernised.

He said: “Lakeland is continuing to undertake an extensive refit programme, with many of our stores up and down the country being modernised and improved with our customers in mind every step of the way.

“We’ve incorporated customer feedback and the latest technology into our new-look Windermere store and it’s incredibly exciting to be opening our doors after 12 months of planning and five months on site.

“We hope our customers will love the new shopping experience as much as we do.”
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26 May 2016 4:08PM

A prominent Carlisle department store building is poised to reopen as a shopping venue.

The Cumberland News has learned that the former Hoopers and Bulloughs building, on Castle Street, has been sold.

The proposal put forward is to continue with it as a retail building, rather than exploring some of the previously mooted suggestions of converting it or developing it for alternative uses.

Hoopers closed its doors for the final time in August 2012.

It reopened two months later as a discount designer outlet before closing once again in March 2013.

An attempt to sell the 38,000sq ft building at auction fell through.

It briefly opened its doors as Paris, run by Rebecca Menaged, in November 2014, but that closed under a cloud in September last year.

Read more http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/Fo...50508b4d94b-ds
Welcome news as Castle Street could do with a bit of a boost. It seems a bit vague, though, just saying it will be a "shopping venue".

There is also the fact that the last two attempts to re-use the Bulloughs building have foundered very quickly.

Nevertheless, fingers crossed.
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