A 224-BEDROOMED Marriott Hotel, together with apartments and an office development may be built in Gibraltar.

Squarestone Gibraltar Limited is hoping to get the go-ahead at the next DPC meeting on December 17.

The company has applied for outline planning consent for the hotel, which will consist of a Marriott Hotel, and Residence Inn serviced apartments.

Alongside the hotel – which will be built on the site of the old Royal Gibraltar Yacht Club – the company has also applied to build a high-quality office development.

Squarestone’s joint founder Robert Sloss said: “This is a large and exciting project for Gibraltar. Not only will we bring in a much needed branded hotel to Gibraltar, we will also build some 7,600m2 of top quality office space in the heart of town.”

He added: “We have consulted widely on the needs of Gibraltar with local Government, stakeholders and interested parties. We have been very encouraged by the enormous enthusiasm the project has generated.”

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  1. If these projects are approved, presumably the Spanish government will be hoping that yet again, a Spanish construction company will be getting the job to build it. How will that work whilst they continue to great hassle at the frontier?

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