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Green light for hotel at former Lewisham and Southwark College site

06 April 2018 by
Green light for hotel at former Lewisham and Southwark College site

Frogmore has been granted planning permission to build a hotel on the former Lewisham and Southwark College site in London.

The UK real estate fund manager intends to build a 274-bedroom, mid-market hotel with a ground floor restaurant at the site. A hotel operator has not yet been confirmed.

Frogmore owns the Notting Hill Gate estate, Stratford Shopping Centre, and Weston House in Holborn, and formerly owned the D&D-operated South Place hotel.

There are several hotel projects under construction in Southwark, including the Dixon hotel, set to open in August under Marriott's Autograph Collection; a third Hoxton hotel; the 161-bedroom Bankside hotel opening in October; and a £28m 218-bedroom aparthotel from Marlin Apartments. However, the area still has one of the lowest levels of hotel bedroom supply among key central London boroughs.

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