As previously reported, Birmingham’s grade II*-listed Ceil Methodist Central Hall, which has fallen into serious disrepair, could be brought back to life as a luxury 147-bedroom boutique hotel complete with restaurant, bar and café, a 75-bedroom aparthotel and a nightclub, if plans are approved.

The hall is on Historic England’s ‘Heritage at Risk’ register, while the renovation would not only bring the building back into use but would create around 100 new jobs.

The hotel would be operated by US brand Dream Hotels while the aparthotel would be run by Stow-Away, a joint venture between Ciel Capital, Stow Projects and (ASAP Quality Accredited Operator Member) BridgeStreet Global Hospitality.

A final decision is set to be made by the council’s planning committee on Thursday 1 March.

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