Dominvs buys embassy site

Nine Elms site

Dominvs Group has acquired the Dutch government’s embassy site in Nine Elms with a view to developing a hotel there.

The property company bought the one-acre vacant site next to the new £1bn US Embassy from the Dutch government.

Outline planning consent is already in place for a hotel-led scheme. Dominvs director Jay Ahluwalia said the group was looking to revise the existing plans for a 150,000 sq ft hotel, which were drawn up by Ballymore in 2012 as part of its 15-acre regeneration scheme Embassy Gardens.

Ahluwalia would not comment on the size of scheme the group intended to build but said “the site has real potential”.

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