Housing plan for Dauncey’s Hotel to be unveiled

PUBLISHED: 14:00 13 September 2018

Dauncey's Hotel sold for housing.

Dauncey's Hotel sold for housing.


Plans to convert a Weston hotel into flats will be showcased at a public consultation this month.

Proposals to create supported housing at the 72-bedroom Dauncey’s Hotel, in Claremont Crescent, will be available to view at the hotel on September 27 from 3.30-7pm.

The hotel, which could be converted into a mix of one and two-bedroom flats, was bought by Supported Independence – which helps people with mental health needs, learning difficulties and drug and alcohol issues to live independently – for almost £1million in March.

A spokesman for Sutherland Property & Legal Services, which is representing Supported Independence, said: “Full plans will be available to view at the consultation and the development team will be present to answer any questions.

“If you are unable to attend but would like to be kept informed, please email chris@sutherlandpls.com for more information.”

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