Nottingham new hotel and homes granted permission
Major plans to transform derelict land include an 18-storey hotel are set to be granted planning permission.
Developers plan to create a mixed-use commercial development on the site just off London Road including the building of a large hotel, apartments, office space and retail units.
The proposed development would include a 223-room hotel and roof terrace; 247 build-to-rent apartments with a podium roof terrace; co-working office space and associated facilities; ground floor car and cycle parking, temporary car parking; and off-site highway improvements to Manvers Street.
The proposed 247 build-to-rent apartment blocks would comprise of 86 two-bed apartments, 154 one-bed apartments and seven studio apartments.
The first floor would contain a residents’ lounge, yoga studio, screening room, kitchen, and library.
The ground and first floors of the proposed development would have a range of food and drink outlets for use by residents and the public, to be named collectively as the ‘Forum’.
Officers have recommended that the plans are granted planning permission. Councillors will meet to decide the fate of the scheme on May 18.