Work resumes on Goodmayes hotel after developers meet final conditions

Goodmayes Residents' Association (GRASS) members and residents who protested against the Green Lane

Goodmayes Residents' Association (GRASS) members and residents who protested against the Green Lane hotel - Credit: Archant

Work has resumed on a hotel site after builders were given approval to go ahead.

Developers of the 55-bedroom building, a former petrol station in Green Lane, Goodmayes, have now met all of the conditions which had to be determined before work could continue.

Last month, a spokesman for Redbridge Council said a temporary stop notice had expired, but that three conditions were still outstanding.

Developers Silverlake Properties Ltd were awarded planning permission in 2011.

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