Potential Heathrow Airport hotel site on the market

09 July 2008 by
Potential Heathrow Airport hotel site on the market

A property suitable for a hotel development near Heathrow Airport is on the market for £10m.

Planning permission has already been granted to convert Hayes Gate House, the 12-storey former office building, into a 182-bedroom hotel which will include 10 two-bedroom suites.

The proposed hotel, which is located on Uxbridge road 3.5 miles from the airport, will also feature a lounge bar, restaurant and meeting and banqueting space.

The planning permission also includes consent to construct a new-build detached office and media centre adjacent to the hotel on a site of approximately 0.2 acres.

Jonathan Parrish head of development at property company Christie & Co, which is handling the sale, said it was a "great opportunity" to create a hotel with extensive banqueting space in a "vibrant commercial market within easy reach of Heathrow Airport".

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