Chief among them are the thorny issue of the derelict former Hippodrome and, more importantly for most shopkeepers, the future of the former Debenhams store at the corner of Green Lane and Victoria Street.
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She said that the closure of so many shops in Green Lane had been down to a combination of Westfield's arrival and Debenhams moving out.
He said a decision needed to be made on how to "reduce total shopping area" to make the best use of visitors to the area.
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In February, the agent for the Hippodrome, Davidson Aquilla, said an outline planning application was on its way for a non theatre use for the building. Nobody at the firm was available yesterday to give an update.
area would be considered for grants of up to 80% of the money needed for a shop front revamp. The area has a number of 18th century and 19th century buildings, including the run down former Quicksilver building in Green Lane.
She said: "People are walking down here to Milestone House, to the Padley Centre, and it's become a bit of a route for people whose business in the centre has nothing to do with the businesses in the street."
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But it needs to be able to show it could take up ownership of the derelict former Hippodrome theatre before it could apply, something it cannot currently do.
First work got under way nearby at St Peter's Cross, the junction of St Peter's Churchyard, East Street and St Peter's Street the area is being repaved, getting new lighting and seating.
Nicky Collett is the owner of City Properties, which has three older buildings in the area eligible for shop front grants which are used as offices. These include the 19th century Old Court House in St Peter's Churchyard.
He said of the shop fronts plan: "It could be a waste of money but it doesn't have to be if, for example, it Nike Shoes Purple And Yellow
It wants to stabilise the structure and then use the four storey "front of house" section of the building for a coffee shop with exhibition space on the first floor and offices and meeting rooms above.
The plan would involve multi million pound funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The trust would then hope to use this as a springboard to bid for more cash to make it into a 1,000 plus seater theatre.
Mrs Green said that she was keen on the street being for retail as this would increase the number of visitors.
The firm's chief operating officer, Mike Butterworth, previously said Intu would "work with the council and other partners to decide the best way forward for this building".
Just yesterday, the Hippodrome Restoration Trust, announced it had made a planning application to the city council for the building.
Councillor Asaf Afzal, city council cabinet member for planning, said: "The main thing is to regenerate this area and bring it back into use. If we can get the right sort of businesses in, that will be good for everyone."
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Mrs Green said: "If you could get one big retailer like John Lewis back into the former Debenhams building that would make a big difference."
in St Peter's Churchyard, said the firm's landlord could well apply for one of the shop front grants available through the scheme for the early 1900s building.
IT took a hit when Westfield Derby opened, has suffered from the economic downturn and is blighted with empty shops.
Miss Collett said that she did not want to "knock any progress on the Hippodrome" but she added: "There's one school of thought that something different should be done with it and another that says it should go back to what it was but I don't see that theatre option would work."
The Hippodrome Trust says that, if all its plans came to fruition, it would be able to start work on site in two to three years. And the shop fronts scheme, run by the city council, will last for up to five years or until grant funding has been awarded to all eligible applicants.
As for the former Debenhams site, this is owned by Westfield Derby but shopping centre operator Intu has exchanged contracts on a deal to buy the mall, in a deal that includes the ex Debenhams building, for million.
She said another problem the area had faced was "non shoppers" using Green Lane as a thoroughfare from Normanton.
was going to be an artists' corner with cafes and shops."
Architect Derek Latham, who runs Latham Architects in Queen Street, Derby, said the council needed to have a clear idea of a theme for Green Lane if the shop fronts scheme was to succeed.
There is also the question of Nike Shoes White Color what sort of businesses move into the vacant properties in Green Lane if the restoration project is successful.
However the plans for Green Lane develop, shopkeepers say there is a clear need for things to progress quickly.
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