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Plenty of buzz surrounding former site of Rhyl Honey Club

Published date: 02 July 2014 |
Published by: Suzanne Jordan 
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Proposed design 

THERE is plenty of buzz surrounding the former Honey Club site in Rhyl after final designs for a 70 bed hotel were developed.

Developer Chesham Estates is expected to submit plans for a hotel on the West Rhyl site, following the demolition, in coming days.

Final designs, developed as a joint venture by Denbighshire County Council and Chesham Estates, include creating a Premier Inn and a Brewers Fayre restaurant on the ground floor level.

A spokesperson for Denbighshire council said: “The council has had a clear vision from the start - to assist with the regeneration of Rhyl through turning this derelict piece of land into much needed accommodation to enhance the local tourism industry.

“What we want is a quality development that will contribute to the economy and create quality new jobs. That dream is a step closer to becoming a reality. This development would be great news for Rhyl.”

If plans are approved, it is anticipated building could start in September and finish by Easter 2015.

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