Consultation announced for redevelopment of Tudno Castle Hotel
Tudno Developments Ltd, a part of Opus Land (North), is submitting a revised planning application for the redevelopment of the former Tudno Castle Hotel.
In March 2018 planning permission was obtained for the hotels redevelopment into a 63-bed hotel, three restaurants, two retial units and a gym along with the recreation of the buildings listed façade.
Since then, the operator requirements have changed due to economic changes in the market. As a result further changes are now required in order to provide a further 27 hotel rooms helping to further support the tourist industry in Llandudno.
The new development will comprise of a 90-bedroom hotel, one restaurant and three retail/restaurant units and a gym/business unit. These changes require a new planning application to Conwy County Council.
Tudno Developments Ltd are committed to consulting with the local community and would like to invite local residents to view the plans in more detail by visiting our project website: www.tudnocastle.consultationonline.co.uk/
A spokesperson for Tudno Developments Ltd said:
“Plans for this site have been on going since the buildings demolition in 2014 and we want to deliver this £12m development for the people of Llandudno now more than ever”
“Overall, we estimate that our proposal will generate approximately 110 much-needed jobs for local people in Llandudno.”
“We invite the community to get involved in the public consultation by visiting our project website or calling the information line.”
As well as visiting the project website www.tudnocastle.consultationonline.co.uk/ residents can also provide their feedback and request further information by contacting the project team on our Freephone information line number on 0800 298 7040, or email email@example.com.