RYEDALE could be a possible location for its very first Premier Inn under major new plans presented for approval by council.
The plan application for an 84-room hotel that includes Bar and restaurant, and three lights
industrial units, was constructed for the development of a 1.59 hectare plot located to the south of A170 located on the eastern edge of Pickering located near Thornton Road Industrial Estate. Thornton Road Industrial Estate.
This is the current site of the site of”dilapidated” bungalow, which is to be destroyed The planning application contains the construction of an area with a pond to provide habitat for great crested newts which is a species that is protected.
Nicholas Johnston, regional acquisition manager for regional acquisitions at Whitbread owner of the Premier Inn brand, said: “A new Premier Inn hotel in Pickering will introduce a new design of lodging to the town’s market.
“Premier Inn guests choose to stay with us due to the consistent service we provide and the convenience of booking through us. We’ve had 97 % of bookings made on our website as well as via our Premier Inn app.
“Our hotel’s style of lodging will complement and expand the existing options in Pickering and help draw more visitors to stay in town all entire year. This additional traffic, along with the new 25 permanent positions which the hotel will take on when it opens, will boost the local economy and to fund established cafes, restaurants and pubs, as guests go out for a meal and drink at night.
The proposal includes three industrial units of lightweight to the south of the property with a car parking space.
Adam Hearld, development director of the applicant Jomast Developments, which is working with
in partnership in partnership with CFK Developments, said: “Having recently completed the development of Premier Inn in Middlesbrough and Chesterfield and Chesterfield, we are thrilled to work with the operator of the hotel to create a significant new scheme that will help to create the essential business and tourist accommodation in Pickering along with three industrial facilities.
“The site is extremely sustainable and suitable for future development near the town center, and is directly accessible via A170 Thornton Road. A170 Thornton Road.
“Should the planning approval be forthcoming we envisage commencing the development later this year.”
Ryedale District Council in the process of consulting the application, which has an application deadline of July 2.