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Hotel meeting held back

PUBLISHED: 13:34 29 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:53 25 August 2010

A PUBLIC meeting to decide the fate of a 62-bedroom hotel has been postponed until after the general election. Plans for the Crossways Hotel site at Fiveways junction, off the A20, Eltham are to be held at the earliest available planning meeting at Woolw

A PUBLIC meeting to decide the fate of a 62-bedroom hotel has been postponed until after the general election.

Plans for the Crossways Hotel site at Fiveways junction, off the A20, Eltham are to be held at the earliest available planning meeting at Woolwich town hall after the May 6 local and general elections, on a date to be set.

Currently used as a Burger King restaurant and offices, the new proposal will also include a restaurant, bar and apartments. Plans submitted on behalf of the site owner, Bal Bains, involve demolishing the existing building and putting up a four-storey hotel on Sidcup Road and a block of nine flats behind it in Green Lane. There will also be underground parking for 60 cars and cycle storage and landscaped gardens.

The new building is expected to incorporate a green roof covered in solar panels. Greenwich council has so far received five formal objections to the development.

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