An approved plan for a hotel in Greenwich could see an increase in rooms from 293 to 349 if plans are approved.
The new submission would see revisions in building height (slightly taller) while floor to ceiling size would reduce.
London Hotel Group are behind the venture which has seen little activity for many years.
In early 2021 an application was submitted stating work would begin on site in May 2021.
The site encompasses the former Greenwich Magistrates’ Court which closed in 2016. Initial plans included a taller block before the current design was approved.
Approved plans mimic former school buildings.
In a meeting with Greenwich Council leader Anthony Okekreke and Cllr Aidan Smith, the application states that the operator “are looking at a 4 star hotel with prices ranging from £70- £150 per night”.
The area is a bit of a hotspot for hotels, with a Travelodge directly over the road, another Travelodge a few hundreds metres north next to a Premier Inn.
The nearest station is Deptford Bridge serving the DLR.
Hotel plans on site in 2021 would have brought £1,859,925 in Community Infrastructure Levy payments alongside Section 106 income.
That will now be revised higher given additional floorspace proposed.