Eatery signs on for £300m Chester regeneration

Cosy Club, the popular restaurant chain, is among the firms to sign up for a place in the initial stage of the £300m regeneration of Chester Northgate.

The proposed 180-cover restaurant is to be situated in Hunter’s Walk. The arcade will be developed from the former library building and will connect Town Hall Square with an area next to the Picturehouse arts building and the new market space. Cosy Club will take up 5,500 square feet on the ground floor and first floor.

Charlie Seward from Cheshire West and Chester Council described the agreement with the restaurant as a “big step” for the development.

David Lewis, ED from development manager for the council, Rivington Land, said:

“Securing Cosy Club is another great example of how Chester Northgate will attract many new brands to the city centre and thereby enhance its vitality and long-term sustainability.”

Cosy Club has taken a lease lasting 15 years. Loungers operates the chain, which now boasts restaurants up and down the UK in locations like Cheltenham, Exeter, Bath, Liverpool, Manchester and York.

The restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch, and coffee, before transforming into a diner-cum-bar for the evening crowd. Cosy Club will open in 2018.

Chester Northgate will house 15 eateries in total, 50 new stores, the biggest car park in the city, and a possible 70 homes. All applications for the regeneration were given the thumbs up in September of last year.

Chester builders are working around the clock to meet the deadline. With their stellar reputation, it is highly likely that they will do just that.

Posted by Sally
July 5, 2017
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