124 Homes Approved On Hotel de France Site

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Friday, May 17th, 2019 10:50am

Image Credit: Axis Mason Architects

The Planning Committee has approved plans for Dandara to redevelop part of the Hotel de France complex to create new apartments.

The hotel’s south wing, upper parking structure and staff accommodation will be demolished.

The plans from architects, Axis Mason, are for 62 one-bedroom and 62 two-bedroom apartments, including parking and new vehicle access from Wellington Road.

The hotel site dates back to the 1800s, but opened as the Hotel de France in 1954.

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GréaT!! Gets rid of that old block of staff accommodation on Wellington Road!¿. Shame about the exhibition centre/aircraft hanger¡ Hope there NOT going to be usual Small Dandara expensive ????
The cost of purchasing these’s fab-U-lus New Apartments,! Are they going too include full use of The Spar ect & one dinner a week in Saffron??? .
Well DoñE Mr Robert . 🏨 de 🇫🇷 . ⚓👀👣.

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