Movie magic at mar­ket?

Pro­posal lodged to host open-air screen­ings in Ter­ra­nora

Tweed Daily News - - NEWS - Ais­ling Brennan ais­ling.brennan@tweed­dai­

MOVIE buffs could be see­ing their favourite films on the big screen at a new open-air cin­ema in Ter­ra­nora, if Tweed Shire Coun­cil sup­ports the idea.

A de­vel­op­ment ap­pli­ca­tion sub­mit­ted by the own­ers of The Pavil­ions Mar­ket­place Shop­ping Cen­tre in Ter­ra­nora re­veals plans to open a monthly com­mu­nity night mar­ket and recre­ational open-air movie night in the park­ing precinct of the shop­ping vil­lage.

The night mar­ket would be held on the sec­ond Fri­day of every month, while the open-air movie night would be hosted on the fourth Satur­day of the month. Both events would op­er­ate from 5–9pm, weather per­mit­ting.

The open-air movie night would cater to fam­i­lies, with movies with a PG clas­si­fi­ca­tion be­ing shown on the big screen.

The pro­posed “mini movie night” has been la­belled a “free recre­ational event for the lo­cal com­mu­nity” and the ap­pli­cant would al­lo­cate space for a max­i­mum of 80 peo­ple.

“Pa­trons at­tend­ing would be in­vited to bring their own chairs to the event and bean bags will be pro­vided by the shop­ping cen­tre owner for the chil­dren,” the ap­pli­ca­tion states.

“Seat­ing ar­range­ments would in­clude 42 chairs at the rear of the view­ing area.”

The acous­tic re­port sub­mit­ted with the ap­pli­ca­tion states there would be no ad­verse sound im­pact on neigh­bour­ing ar­eas, if the ap­pli­cant abides by the noise cri­te­ria de­tailed in the re­port.

The acous­tic re­port also sug­gested chil­dren needed to be su­per­vised at all times to en­sure noise lev­els were main­tained. Mean­while, the ap­pli­ca­tion states the nine stall­hold­ers at the monthly night mar­ket would be sell­ing hand­crafted items and and cloth­ing items.

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