Haverfordwest Marston's hotel and restaurant application wins backing of planning officers
11:18am Thursday 24th October 2013 in News
Plans for a Marston's hotel, pub and restaurant on the outskirts of Haverfordwest have won the backing of planning officers.
The application for the 59-bedroom hotel on land off what is known locally as Day’s roundabout will go before the county planning committee on Tuesday, with a recommendation of approval.
The report before members recommends a section 106 agreement – a deal whereby the developer agrees to carry out certain works – as part of any planning consent.
Between 80 and 95 full-time and part-time jobs are expected to be created through the development.
The original hotel building had been due to be three-storey, but the plans have been changed to a two-storey building.
The restaurant will cater for 180 people, with space outside for 115 cars, plus 16 cycle rack spaces.
The application attracted around a dozen objections, including light pollution and questions over the ability of Haverfordwest to support the proposal.
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