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Mr Whateley said: "Our ideas for Sawclose could incorporate a casino if this is the chosen location but that is of course dependent on the licensing process.
realm and truly bring the cafe culture to this location, making it a meeting place for both the residents of Bath, as well as tourists."
"The current quality of the public realm in this area is disappointing with large areas of Tarmac and parked cars."
The developer's Charles Whateley said: "We are pleased to be working with B Council in assessing the viability and practicality of upgrading the Sawclose area of Bath to create a high quality leisure destination around a new Fendi Pink Tote
"If adequate parking could be found elsewhere, it could be a very friendly and lively amenity area.
"The open area is a scheduled ancient monument due to its archaeological significance and so any new building work will have to take this into account."
They have stressed that access to the Theatre Royal and the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases would be preserved in any future development, but that the aim would be to remove most car traffic from the area.
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'cafe culture' potential of the area, we submitted a proposal for a small area of outside seating. This was rejected in the spring of last year after appeal on conservation grounds. Maybe the application did not fit in with Deeley Freed's proposal?
The council's public realm strategy envisages big improvements to the area.
"There is clearly potential for considerable improvement to the environment including scope for better public realm perhaps including pavement cafes and restaurants, possibly with open air entertainment.
The facelift idea is being firmly backed by Richard Hall, whose specialist business analysis firm Zenith International is based in nearby Kingsmead Square and who chairs public private partnership Future Bath Plus's public realm and events panel. He also chairs Quartet's project group for the appeal to create a new hub for the voluntary sector at Bluecoat House.
"The square (at Sawclose) could be turned into so much more for the city.
"It is both frustrating and disappointing that such a significant area in the centre of the city has been allowed to degenerate over a period of many years. Why have the council been unable and/or unwilling to be more pro active in the redevelopment process rather than allowing their position to be compromised by a private company?"
"Because of our ongoing frustrations and the evident lack of impetus from the council we organised a one day jazz festival in Sawclose in September. This was independently funded by us to demonstrate the potential of Sawclose as a pedestrianised public square. We have also supported the Bedlam Festival Event which takes place in Sawclose as part of the Fringe Festival for the last three years. All of these events have been well supported with tremendous feedback from the general public.
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Bath and North East Somerset Council and the developer own many of the buildings around Sawclose and a business breakfast organised by Deeley Freed last week was told the scheme was "very deliverable".
Theatre Royal director Danny Moar said that as long as access for groups of children, disabled people and older people to his venue was preserved, he would back the plans.
public square attracting a more mature market, complementing the very successful and historic Theatre Royal.
The creation of new eating, drinking and public events space in what is currently a public car park could also eventually be the curtain raiser for the development of a casino.
Sawclose is also one of a number of spots identified by the council as suitable for a casino, with the licensing process which will pinpoint the final location due to start this year.
Both politicians and developer Deeley Freed/Penhalt have stressed thoughts on a new cultural quarter scheme for the area are "embryonic", although a planning application could be submitted as early as the end of this year.
They said they were frustrated by what they saw as Deeley Freed/Penhalt's whip hand over the future of Sawclose.
In a statement, they said: "In view of the lack of development and pedestrianisation of the square as promised to us back in 2004 and in order to demonstrate the Fendi Handbag Bluefly
"I'd be keen to see the whole area brought into more active and lively use."
Ironically, the Gascoyne Place bar and restaurant overlooking Sawclose has recently had its plans to create an outdoor tables and chairs area turned down by B Deeley Freed/Penhalt owns the freehold of the former health clinic while B owns buildings such as the new Market bar, formerly Delfter Krug.
The business breakfast was told that work could start on a scheme next year.
The ideas are being mooted as the nearby Bluecoat House looks set to be turned into a base for voluntary sector organisations by the Quartet Foundation, and the Theatre Royal embarks on a million refurbishment programme.
The joint owners of Miu Miu Matelasse Glazed Leather Long Wallet Gascoyne Place, Marty Grant and Wayne Taylor, said the area had been badly neglected by the council, which it said had told them as far back as 2004 that development bringing new investment to Sawclose was imminent.
"Sawclose needs sorting out it could be nicer than it is."
I'm all for improving areas of the city and making it more pedestrian friendly. I do worry about the lack of any overall plan, though. We now have schemes or proposals for Queen Square, Pulteney Bridge, Sawclose, the High Street/Cheap Street/Upper Borough Walls, Westgate Buildings, the railway station forecourt/vaults plus the BRT and new cycle routes through the city. These are being promoted by various bodies, public and private, both in and outside the Council, including different departments within the Council. There needs to be some co ordination if we're going to get the best possible outcome.
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