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News » Up To £20m » Builder chosen for Blackpool hotel » published 21 Sep 2017

Builder chosen for Blackpool hotel

Kirkham-based Warden Construction has been selected to build a 96-bedroom hotel on Blackpool’s Promenade.

Sands Venue Resort Hotel will be built next to Blackpool Tower Above: Sands Venue Resort Hotel will be built next to Blackpool Tower

The Sands Venue Resort Hotel has been designed by the Frank Whittle Partnership for developer Coolsilk Property & Investment, owned by Scunthorpe United FC chairman Peter Swann.

According to the Blackpool Gazette, Warden Construction has won the contract to build the new five-star hotel and has a completion date of summer 2019.

Coolsilk directors Peter and Karin Swann said: “We are delighted to award this prestigious contract to a local building company. Our new hotel and leisure facility is a real confidence booster for Blackpool and we want to make sure our investment benefits local people and the economy as much as possible. We believe Blackpool is a resort that is on the up following the hard-work of the council and other stakeholders in securing funding for new infrastructure and public realm improvements to the town.”

Richard Kenworthy of Warden Construction said: “It’s fantastic to be working so close to home on yet another high profile and prestigious project. Blackpool has always offered visitors a friendly and fun welcome. Now, the resort will be able to add real luxury to its offer.”





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This article was published on 21 Sep 2017 (last updated on 21 Sep 2017).

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