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Travel misery on M5 and M4 as holiday traffic builds and strong …

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Drivers face severe delays on roads in and around Bristol tonight as holidaymakers travel to the south coast and strong winds topple power cables. Clevedon Road has been re-opened following fallen power cables between Station Road and Old Weston Road.

READ MORE Traffic hell around Bristol as M5, M4, M48 Severn Bridge and the A38 all blocked2

Traffic is struggling on the M5 southbound due to Summer Discount Holidays © Holiday and Friday traffic between junction 14 for the B4509 Thornbury and Falfield and junction 20 for the B3133 Clevedon and Nailsea. And there is stop-start traffic on M4 Westbound between junction 17 for Chippenham and the Almondsbury Interchange for the M5.

Traffic is heavier than normal on A38 Southbound near B4061 Thornbury Road as drivers attempt to avoid the M5 delays nearby.

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New ’boutique travel’ hotel proposed for Belfast Bank Square

New 'boutique Travel' Hotel Proposed For Belfast Bank Square What the hotel at Bank Square could look like if approved

A new hotel in the heart of Belfast city centre could get the go ahead next week. Plans are under way to build the four-storey hotel at Bank Square featuring 17 bedrooms.

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It’s been described as a ’boutique travel hotel’, and will also include a ground floor restaurant. The application has been made by Cedarr Properties Ltd.

It’s understood MM Developments is the team behind the build. When it was first announced in August last year, it received a vocal backing by the former Department for Social Development. The then minister Mervyn Storey said the new plans “will be the final piece in the jigsaw of regenerating Bank Square in Belfast city centre”.

Planners have recommended the development gets the green light during next week’s meeting. They said that: “Given the site context which consists entirely of non-residential uses, the proposed hotel and restaurant uses are considered acceptable in principle subject to satisfactory design and character issues.

“Having regard to the policy context and other material considerations above, the proposal is considered acceptable and compliant with relevant policies. Approval is recommended.”

It comes as work has finally begun on the 30m Grand Central hotel.

The four-star, 200-bedroom building will transform 23-storey Windsor House, which owners Hastings Hotels bought for 6.5m. There are now around two dozens hotels in the works across Belfast. And there are also plans for a 206-bedroom development at the former Belfast Metropolitan College building on Brunswick Street, and a Hampton by Hilton hotel.

City councillors approved plans for the proposed 179-room Hampton on Hope Street, which is owned by Andras House.

Work also finally began on a hotel at the former Harland & Wolff drawing offices in the Titanic Quarter, earlier this year.

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