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Initial designs for Redcar hotel revealed

Redcar and Cleveland Visual Border

Initial designs have been revealed of what the 42-bedroom hotel to be built in Redcar could look like.

Subject to planning approval, the North East chain, Inn Collection Group, who also own the Kings Head in Newton-under-Roseberry and The Stables in Whitby, are set to finance and develop the hotel and family restaurant which will be based in Coatham.


The Coatham area is close to Redcar’s town centre, train station, and the UK’s largest industrial zone Teesworks.
The Government has provided £750,000 of accelerated funding, set against the Redcar Town Deal funding scheme, for the project. The Council is using part of this funding to demolish the old RKade building and prepare the site so the hotel can start development.

 
Preparation for demolition on site will start on 4 January, with demolition taking place a few weeks later. The car park between RKade and Tuned In! will be occupied during this period. Find out more HERE.

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