Plas Glynllifon

Plas Glynllifon, Gwynedd

Project details

Jones Melling was appointed by a private investor looking into redeveloping a Grade 1 listed building to create a hotel, conference and leisure complex.

The 19th century Grade I listed manor house, which consists of 102 rooms, was sold by the Newborough family shortly after the Second World War. Since then, it has been used for a variety of commercial purposes.

As part of our client’s pre-purchase requirements, we prepared a building survey to determine the property’s condition. This was accompanied by budget costings for the refurbishment of the building into a hotel and conference centre with leisure facilities, outlining two development options:

1. Using just the existing building for refurbishment and development
2. With the inclusion of a building joined to the main building, providing additional space for accommodation and leisure facilities.

In conjunction with this report Jones Melling delivered a detailed measured survey and feasibility report. The report detailed the refurbishment process, a draft project plan and how to approach the development in a phased manner.

Using this valuable information our client was able to make an informed decision on how to progress the development and refurbishment in accordance with plans and budget constraints.

Project facts

Sector:
Commercial
Client:
Private investor
Location:
Gwynedd, Wales
Our role:
  • Building Survey
  • Measured Survey
  • Feasibility Report

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