Tag Archives : Quality Hotel


Demolition of main tower of Quality Hotel

Some of the biggest pieces of construction kit in the South West are in Plymouth to start tearing down the tower of the Quality Hotel. Two 100 tonne excavators with an arm reach of 34 metres will start work on the site to begin the most dramatic part of the demolition programme. The two ‘high- […]


Progress on Quality Hotel

Check out this view! Cabinet members and representatives from Devon and Cornwall’s emergency services got a bird’s eye view of the Hoe and the Sound from the top of the Quality Hotel. Demolition contractors Gilpin have been on site since mid-January to prepare the building for demolition after the eyesore was bought by Plymouth City […]


Demolition team moves onto Quality Hotel site

Plans to sort out the Quality Hotel on Plymouth’s waterfront are moving at a cracking pace, with the sale now complete and demolition contractors appointed. Plymouth City Council has appointed Westcountry firm Gilpin, who start work on site this week to take down the building that has blighted the city’s waterfront. Hoardings will be the […]


Owners of ‘eyesore’ Quality Hotel choose not to appeal

The owners of the derelict Quality Hotel which has been subject to vandalism and anti-social behaviour over several years, have chosen not to appeal against an Untidy Land Notice. Plymouth City Council served an Untidy Land Notice on the owners of the Quality Hotel on 10 June 2015. The owners have chosen not to appeal […]


Urgent action to tackle vandalism at disused hotel in Plymouth

Urgent action is being taken to tackle ongoing problems with vandalism and anti-social behaviour at a derelict hotel in Plymouth. Plymouth City Council has asked the owners of the disused Quality Hotel to – which was subject to the latest in a series of arson attacks earlier this week – to urgently put in place […]