Cornish aparthotel plans set for approval

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UK: Revised plans to develop an aparthotel in west Cornwall are set for approval

Developer Kingfisher Resorts Ltd intends to build the 55-unit aparthotel at its Una Resort in Carbis Bay.

A previous design featuring 42 rooms was approved as part of a wider application for the Una Holiday Complex in February 2018, which also included 92 holiday villas and leisure facilities.

The latest plans propose changes to the internal arrangement of the aparthotel to provide 55 units. They are recommended for approval ahead of a Cornwall Council planning committee meeting next week. Final approval is subject to a number of conditions.

The application for the aparthotel was submitted to Cornwall Council by Black Box Planning on behalf of Kingfisher. It said: “The proposed hotel building provides a 55-unit apartment hotel with guest rooms arranged over ground, first and second floor level. The ground floor of the hotel contains mix of public amenity accommodation: reception; retail; creche; bistro; bar; games room; staffroom; and storage room, all of which are arranged around a central public piazza space. The revised hotel design sits within the consented 16,590 square metre masterplan which includes a range of uses and building types.”


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