Planning permission for a new bed and breakfast in the heart of Hull has been given the go-ahead. Plans for the 20-bed hotel in George Street were first submitted in December last year. Rooms will be built around a central atrium, complete with trees, and will each have an en-suite bathroom. The site, which used to house Biarritz nightclub and Hull’s old Grand Opera House, is currently a car park, after an old building on the land was demolished back in 2015. The plans for the new B&B – adding to Hull’s ever-growing hotel offering – have now been approved by Hull City Council. The applicants said: “The proposed en-suite bedrooms would be accessed from a central planted atrium. “The first floor rooms would be accessed via an external staircase. The proposed scheme would make no changes to the character or appearance of George Street. “The proposal constitutes a sustainable development, and will make a positive contribution to the local economy within the town centre.” The plans say the bed and breakfast would be well served by surrounding shops and cafes, and highlighted a bus link which stopped outside the site. Residents commented on the plans before they were approved… Read full this story
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