Plans approved for new hotel scheme in Cardiff
Local authorities have just given the green light to plans aiming to transform a former shopping site in Cardiff into a new hotel complete with food and drink units, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.
Mahavir Properties is behind the scheme at 10 to 25 Queens Street, which was previously Queens West Shopping Centre.
The application includes the part-reconfiguration and alteration of the existing building, including the creation of two additional storeys and an external stairwell, to provide hotel accommodation.
A ground floor unit’s use would be changed from retail to flexible retail/food and drink, while another food and drink space would also be created.
According to a design and access statement prepared by Barton Willmore, directors at Mahavir Properties have acquired five hotels in partnership with Bespoke Hotels in the past two years.
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