Work begins on Premier Inn's Birkenhead hotel

Wirral Globe: The former CPS building will be part-demolished and the remainder transformed into Premier Inn's new hotel in Birkenhead The former CPS building will be part-demolished and the remainder transformed into Premier Inn's new hotel in Birkenhead

HOTEL giant Premier Inn has started work on a new hotel in Birkenhead that will create 30 jobs.

The 67-bedroom building, in the Crown Prosecution Service's former premises on Conway Street, is due to open early next year.

Part of the existing building will be removed, while the remainder will be retained and converted into hotel rooms.

The development was approved by Wirral's planning committee in 2012.

Nicholas Johnston, acquisition manager for the leisure firm, said: "We are delighted to be starting work on our new Premier Inn hotel in Birkenhead.

"This is great news for the local area as the new Premier Inn will create new jobs and help to attract additional visitors to the area, increasing trade for existing local retailers and businesses.

"Our new hotel will secure the long-term active future of this prominent site on Conway Street and create 30 new local jobs, including full and part-time positions."


 

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10:05pm Wed 2 Apr 14

Joeblogg85 says...

Great stuff. Inward investment and jobs created. Win, win!
Great stuff. Inward investment and jobs created. Win, win! Joeblogg85
  • Score: 5

6:57am Thu 3 Apr 14

the99% says...

Wirral needs to exploit the growth in Liverpool city centre. Hamilton square is ideal place, just needs developers to believe.new hotel is a step in right direction
Wirral needs to exploit the growth in Liverpool city centre. Hamilton square is ideal place, just needs developers to believe.new hotel is a step in right direction the99%
  • Score: 3

2:03pm Thu 3 Apr 14

tiprat says...

Good news indeed for Birkenhead and local businesses.
Good news too for the local beggars and bag heads!
Good news indeed for Birkenhead and local businesses. Good news too for the local beggars and bag heads! tiprat
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