Green light for hotel scheme in Wembley

August 29, 2018 by  

The go-ahead has been granted to a hotel initiative within the Wembley area.

Around £40 million will be spent on the hotel development. The London Hotel Group (LHG) is poised to take up the challenge. The finished building will feature approximately 225 bedrooms. Brochure printing from Wembley can be a lot of use in the leisure sector. The chief executive at LHG, Meher Nawab, told The Caterer:

“This new, enhanced £40m aparthotel will not only bring more jobs to the area and boost the local economy, but its modern design and contemporary aesthetic will make it more appealing to demanding business and leisure travellers, today and in the future.”

It is thought that the current hotel design is better than the old one. Planning permission for the site in Elm Road had been given some time ago. However, the early plans were for a hotel without so many bedrooms. The hope is that the fresh design will deliver the aesthetic goods while not exceeding the height of the previous plan.

Now that the authorities have consented to the proposal, the hotel should be completed within the next three years or so. The architects responsible for the design of the structure were Dexter Moreen Associates. One aim of the firm was to produce something that might fit in well with the surrounding buildings.