Ardmore wins 25m Shepherd's Bush hotel

Published:  28 February, 2012

LONDON: Ardmore has beaten John Sisk to take a 25m job to convert the former Pavilion Cinema in Shepherd's Bush, London into a hotel.

Work is expected to start next month developing the 322-bedroom hotel. Ardmore will partially demolish the listed building retaining the facade to build an 11-storey hotel on the site. The existing curved roof will be replaced with a glass roof.

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