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Developer wins approval for boutique hotel.

PLANS to refurbish Hope Street's Hahnemann Building into a boutique hotel have been approved by Liverpool City Council.

Maghull Developments, the developer behind the proposed pounds 80m investment in Liverpool's Hope Street, now has planning consent to convert the Hahnemann Building at 42 Hope Street and its neighbour, 58 Hope Street, into a four star 50-bedroom boutique hotel with bar, restaurant and day-spa.

The revised plans follow Maghull Developments' earlier application for a 62-bedroom hotel, which was withdrawn in 2008 when the building was granted Grade IIlisted status.

Michael Hanlon, managing director of Maghull Developments, said: "We considered the comments made in respect of the previous applications very carefully.

"We're delighted with this positive outcome."
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 2, 2009
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