Serviced apartments to be built on fire-damaged hotel site

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UK: A development of residential and serviced apartments could be built on the site of Weston-super-Mare’s former Royal Pier Hotel.

The hotel was damaged by fires in 2009 and 2010 and was left in a dangerous and dilapidated state before being demolished on health and safety grounds.

The site is now surrounded by hoardings. Owner CNM Estates has put forward plans for the sooty which include 95 homes and serviced apartments, restaurant and bar. There would also be a concierge service, leisure facilities, retail units and a series of outdoor terraces.

A spokesman for CMN Estates said: “CNM Estates is proud to be bringing forward plans for the Royal Pier Hotel in Weston-super-Mare.”

A North Somerset Council spokesman said; “CNM Estates has made an application for formal pre-planning advice. The council has provided the pre-planning advice to CNM Estates for the Royal Pier Hotel site. There is a charge on the Royal Pier Hotel site. We are in continued discussions regarding the financial costs of this with CNM Estates."

CNM Estates is holding a public consultation webinar on April 29 for people to find out more about the plans.


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