Coffs Harbour redevelopment wins on appeal

The developers of the Coffs Coast Motor Inn and Villas, B&H Group, has won its appeal with the Land and Environment court to proceed with the 18 million redevelopment program.

The redevelopment of the former Midway Motel site on the NSW north coast will not begin until 2015. B&H Group will now trade through Christmas before starting work on the demolition and construction early to mid-2015 with the aim of being open for Christmas 2015.

Developer Chris Bramley, of B&H Group, said appealing the council’s rejection of the project on the grounds of height, had cost $153,000 and he expected a similar cost for Coffs Harbour City Council.

When completed, the hotel will feature 83 rooms, a 100-seat restaurant, 25-seat wine bar, function room, pool, gym, cabana and basement and parking for 107 cars.

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