A new Travelodge hotel in South Lynn is set to create 14 new jobs when it opens this autumn, the company has said.
The project, which is part of a multi-million pound re-development on part of the Nar Ouse Regeneration Area (NORA) land, had been held up by what developers described as “unforeseen delays.”
But, in a statement released this week, the budget hotel chain announced it would open its new, 68-bedroom facility in October.
The hotel is part of a £223 million investment programme by the company, which will see 14 new establishments open across Britain this year.
The facility will also include a new room design which has also been launched this week.
The development, which also incorporates a planned Hungry Horse pub and restaurant plus a shop, was granted planning permission by West Norfolk Council in February last year.