Listed Notts council building set to become aparthotel


Lottery funding has been procured to turn a Grade II-listed hall into a hotel and wedding venue.

Almost £1.4m has been secured to transform Bridgford Hall in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, according  to a report by the BB.

The building has been used as offices by the borough council and housed the register office.

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The Georgian building will now be leased to a "well known" but un-named hotel operator as part of a £2.3m project.

Councillor Simon Robinson said the funding was important to save the prestigious building and said the council was “very desperate"  to bring a hotel into West Bridgford.

“We did a survey of residents and a hotel came at the top of the list so we have a lot of support in putting this together."

It is scheduled to be an "aparthotel" and will also house Nottinghamshire County Council register office.

Robinson says said £850,000 would be put into the project by the council from taxpayers’ money with the remainder of the money being contributed by the hotel operator.


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