£5.2m development set to begin in Hill Road

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By Clevedon People | Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 14:23

Next month a new building project will begin in Hill Road, Clevedon.

The Regent, currently derelict will be transformed into shops and luxury apartments costing £5.2 million.

The Regent was built in 1857 as a bakery; it became a hotel after WWII then became a pub and restaurant.

It closed approx 10 years ago until it was purchased by Freemantle Developments based in Bristol.

Freemantle Developments are currently working on new apartments overlooking Clevedon Seafront.

The derelict pub has long been considered an eyesore however members of the community have expressed pleasure in the fact it is being saved.

Work is set to start in February 2014 and will include a Sainsbury’s Local and apartments with terraces or balconies and dedicated parking spaces for residents.

      

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