Approval is being sought for a new hotel in County Armagh at a cost in excess of £4.7 million.
Plans for the development – on a site at Lough Road in Lurgan – have been lodged with Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council for consideration.
The applicant is seeking to renew approval for the site.
Approval for an 82-bedroom hotel – complete with car parking and associated facilities – was given in May 2011.
But the go-ahead lapsed last month.
The site had also been advertised for sale last year, with an asking price in the region of £350,000.
And now a new application has been submitted.
According to the papers submitted to council, the development – which Armagh I understands will cost in the region of £4,760,000 to built – would create 20 new jobs.
If it proceeds, it would also create jobs in the local construction sector.
The development proposal relates to a site close to the Loughview Filling Station.
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