New Opening: Premier Inn
Date Added:
16/10/2020
Sector:
Hotel
Brand:
Premier Inn
Company:
Whitbread
Type:
New
Address:
Willowburn Industrial Estate
Address:
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Address:
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Town / City:
Alnwick
County:
Northumberland
Postcode:
NE66 2PF
Region:
North East
Additional Information
Date Opening:
Opening date TBC
Contractor:
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Status:
Planning application
Notes:

Plans to develop a new Premier Inn hotel within a Northumberland trading estate have been approved.

Northern Commercial Properties plans involve the construction of a three-storey, 83-bed hotel on an approximately 3.5-acre site within Willowburn Trading Estate in Alnwick. The proposals involve the demolition of a series of vacant industrial buildings at the site.

The scheme also includes the provision of a ground floor restaurant/bar, along with a range of staff facilities.

Accessed from South Road, the hotel will provide 85 car parking spaces, including four accessible bays and two electric vehicle charging points.

A statement filed with the council on behalf of the applicant said: "The proposals create an opportunity to provide a well-designed scheme within a high-quality landscape which complements its surroundings and is able to utilise successfully the existing infrastructure within the area."

The scheme has now been approved by Northumberland County Council, subject to conditions.

Company Information
Company Name:
Whitbread
Address:
Whitbread Court
Address:
Houghton Hall Business Park
Address:
Porz Avenue
Address:
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Town:
Dunstable
County:
Bedfordshire
Postcode:
LU5 5XE
Phone:
01582 424200
Website:
Email:
restaurants@whitbread.com
Notes:
Whitbread PLC is the owner of hotel chain, Premier Inn, as well as restaurant brands, Beefeater, Brewers Fayre, Table Table and Bar + Block. Whitbread employs over 35,000 people in over 1,200 Premier Inn hotels and restaurants across the UK, serving over five million customers every month. Premier Inn currently operates one hotel in Frankfurt with plans to grow the brand to over 30 hotels in Germany by 2020/21.


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