1980s office block being demolished to make way for Premier Inn

Basingstoke Gazette: 1980s office block being demolished to make way for Premier Inn 1980s office block being demolished to make way for Premier Inn

A REDUNDANT 1980s office block is being razed to the ground to make way for a new hotel.

Developer Fishron was granted planning permission in March, from Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, to build a five-story hotel at the site in Victoria Street, at Top of The Town.

The bulldozers have since arrived and work is underway to demolish Barclay House and replace it with an 81-bedroom hotel, to be occupied by Premier Inn Hotels.

The hotel, which is expected to open next year, will include a ground floor restaurant.

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7:28pm Sat 26 Apr 14

markiemarkie says...

and where are the guests going to park?
and where are the guests going to park? markiemarkie
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1:04pm Tue 29 Apr 14

jonone says...

markiemarkie wrote:
and where are the guests going to park?
In the large surface car park next door.

Same as most other town centre hotels (unless they are in London!)
[quote][p][bold]markiemarkie[/bold] wrote: and where are the guests going to park?[/p][/quote]In the large surface car park next door. Same as most other town centre hotels (unless they are in London!) jonone
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