As reported by BBC Information, the “Bridgerton” producers had been eyeing the Crown Property land inside Sunninghill Park in England to construct a set to make use of over a five-year interval. The plans for the set had been to construct a London Regency Sq. for a filming location for use over the subsequent few seasons. Plus, there have been plans for supplemental short-term buildings for makes use of reminiscent of costuming and eating.
BBC reported that the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead council turned it down as a result of it was an “inappropriate improvement of the inexperienced belt.” At a public assembly held in regards to the challenge, a member of the nonprofit group CPRE (Marketing campaign to Defend Rural England) named Patrick Griffin claimed that the movie set could be “demonstrably out of character with the realm,” in addition to an “encroachment” of the countryside.
On the opposite facet of the argument, Councillor Sayonara Luxton identified the monetary advantages of the present constructing the construction for a filming web site, together with the chance that native retailers would acquire extra enterprise. In settlement with Luxton, council chief Andrew Johnson mentioned, “The clear financial advantages of this software greater than outweigh any quick time period potential hurt to the greenbelt.”
However, the councilors voted 7-2 to assist refusal for the set to be constructed on the Crown Property.