Page 7 - Helmsley Group Newsletter Spring 2021
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   “As an organisation we are passionate about doing what we can to help the environment
and the positive sustainable impact of this development is of the upmost importance to us. ”
MAX REEVES
DIRECTOR AT HELMSLEY GROUP
rooms and will also kick-start an associated programme of wider public realm upgrades nearby, including public spaces
and landscaping.
Max Reeves, development director at
Helmsley Group, said: “We’re excited about
the opportunity to enhance an underutilised space and create a building of architectural and environmental high standards that will make a positive contribution to the surrounding area and wider city economy.
“The proposed hotel will have no onsite food or beverage facilities meaning all guests will spend their money at the fantastic variety of hospitality and leisure locations York has to offer, helping to support city centre businesses at a time when they need it most.”
Max added: “As an organisation we are passionate about doing what we can to help the environment and the positive sustainable impact of this development is of the upmost importance to us. This scheme has been a long time in the design process, resulting
in a building we feel suits its setting while remaining visually unobtrusive on this tucked away piece of derelict land.”
A decision on the planning application will be made by City of York Council later this year.
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