Fragrance Group gets green light for two further Torbay developments

27 November 2019 by
Fragrance Group gets green light for two further Torbay developments

The Fragrance Group has got the green light for two new hotel schemes in Torbay, meaning the go-ahead has been given in full for its £100m investment plans in the area.

Torbay Council has given planning approval for the group to demolish the Palace hotel in Torquay, which it bought in 2017, and build a 248-bedroom, five-star hotel in its place (pictured).

Permission has also been granted to redevelop the former Lighthouse bar and nightclub in Paignton into a 115-bedroom hotel, which would be operated by Accor under its Ibis Styles brand.

The Singapore-based property firm won planning permission in October to demolish the Corbyn Head hotel in Torquay and replace it with a new venue with three times the number of bedrooms (152) and a rooftop bar and spa.

It has also demolished the 46-bedroom Park hotel in Paignton and has planning permission to build a three-star, 161-bedroom hotel, which will also be operated by Accor as a Mercure hotel.

Elsewhere, the property company plans to transform Bath's Grade II-listed Royal Mineral Water Hospital into a luxury hotel following refurbishment and owns the St Chads hotel in Blackpool and the Townhouse hotel in Manchester.

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