Andras Hotels Submits Revised Plans For Proposed Project In Portrush
Northern Ireland Hotel group Andras Hotels has submitted revised plans for a proposed project at Portrush's former Londonderry Hotel, according to a statement published on AndrasHouse.co.uk.
The revised plans were designed by Consarc Architects, and include 83 guest bedrooms, and public areas that include include a café, bar and restaurant, according to the statement published on AndrasHouse.co.uk, which also said that the original planning application for the proposed project was approved by the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council planning committee in January of 2019.
Statements By Andras Hotels Director
The statement published on AndrasHouse.co.uk also included several statement by Andras Hotels director Rajesh Rana, in which he said that the company's "investment across the two buildings will total £10 million and will create 48 jobs during the construction phase, and a further 48 direct and indirect jobs when open and trading,", that the company's "target now is to complete the project by the start of 2025 to be ready for the return of the Open Championship,", and, "The council voted in favour of the planning application three years ago. We are now hopeful that the Department for Infrastructure will give the go-ahead to this important project."
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