New boutique hotel in Waterloo given planning permission

17 December 2015 by
New boutique hotel in Waterloo given planning permission

The go-ahead has been given for the development of a 40-bedroom boutique hotel near Waterloo station in London.

Lambeth Council granted planning permission to Lower Marsh Properties for the building of the hotel, which will involve the partial demolition of four Victorian terrace properties, currently used as retail and residential space.

Designed by Kyson architects, the hotel will include a café and restaurant, retail unit and three apartments.

An application for the hotel was withdrawn earlier this year due to Lambeth Council's concerns about rear extension plans to the building, which have now been amended.

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