In July 2020, it was reported that Everyman Cinema had their plans to open up a theatre in Marlow approved.

However, the coronavirus pandemic seemed to have put a halt to the luxury cinema's move into the site of the former Steamer Trading Cookshop.

It now looks like that the cinema is moving forward with its planning application as a new document has been submitted.

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This comes after the original approval included a clause which read: “In the event that ground reduction is required in association with the redevelopment of the rear extension, an archaeological watching shall be undertaken in accordance with a written scheme of investigation which has been submitted by the applicant and approved in writing by the planning authority before any ground reduction takes place. Reason: In view of the history of the site and the desirability of recording any items of interest.”

The written scheme of the investigation has been drawn up with the objective of the watching brief to investigate and record any significant buried archaeological deposits in the area.

The original plans showed there will be two screens on two separate floors as well as a two-floor restaurant.

There are currently 35 Everyman Cinema complexes in the UK all offering a licensed bar, food and a range of sofas to enjoy the newest blockbuster films.

Gerrards Cross is currently the only place in Buckinghamshire that boasts an Everyman Cinema but Marlow residents will hope their town is added to that list.

The Bucks Free Press has contacted Everyman Cinema and will provide the latest update as soon as we get it.