Two new boutique hotels in south London giving planning permission

TWO new boutique hotels have been given the go-ahead in neighbouring boroughs of south London this week.

Lambeth Council’s Planning Application Committee approved a 50-room hotel in Waterloo and a planning sub-committee at Southwark Council gave the green light to a 7-room hotel in Bermondsey Street, reports hyperlocal website SE1.

The Lambeth hotel proposal in Waterloo is a revised version of a 40-room scheme at the site of a former bed and breakfast, which was originally approved back in December 2015.

A three storey bakery at 176-178 Bermondsey Street is to be demolished for the seven room bedroom hotel with restaurant and bar that has gained planning consent this week.

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