Plas Glynllifon, Gwynedd
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.
- Building Survey
- Measured Survey
- Feasibility Report