Work begins on £2m pub development

PUBLISHED: 17:56 18 June 2013

Tom Tiley of Midas Construction; John Meehan of Midas Construction; Jason Blackmore of Handelsbanken; Derek Quinn of Midas Construction; Gemma Hughes of Dowlas; Natalie Bennett of Hartnell Taylor Cook; Bob Carlton-Porter of Dowlas; Jane Vivian of North Somerset Council.

Tom Tiley of Midas Construction; John Meehan of Midas Construction; Jason Blackmore of Handelsbanken; Derek Quinn of Midas Construction; Gemma Hughes of Dowlas; Natalie Bennett of Hartnell Taylor Cook; Bob Carlton-Porter of Dowlas; Jane Vivian of North Somerset Council.

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BUILDING work has begun on a £2million family pub at a key Weston gateway site.

The Greene King Hungry Horse pub, which has yet to be named, is being built as part of the £30million Weston Gateway Business Park near to junction 21 of the M5.

Midas Construction, contractors for Dowlas UK, recently completed work on the first phase of work at the 118,000sq ft park, which saw the creation of new £6million headquarters for Knightstone Housing Association.

The second phase will see the 6,500sq ft pub added, while remaining leisure and business plots at the business park are said to be generating ‘significant interest’ from the business community.

The pub is expected to be completed before the end of the year.

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