Founder of Stay365 secures planning permission for a £270 million development in Bournemouth Town Centre.

  • Sammy Freeman
  • 1 month ago
  • 2 mins read

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A huge change to the Bournemouth and Poole skyline to come. Following a recent meeting with BCP council, the Founder of Stay365 Paul Pressland and Fortitudo CEO Richard Carr have secured planning permission and will move forward with the build of a sizable 494 apartment building.

The exciting development will demolish the outdated buildings on Glen Fern Road, including Cameo nightclub and replace it with the tallest sky bar in Southern England, a bowling alley, cinema, nightclub, a hotel featuring 104 bedrooms, and 494 new apartments.

Despite some negative backlash on the decision, we believe the key to a positive future is in developing and growing as a country. As they say “progress is impossible without change” and Bournemouth and Poole can still hold onto their great heritage and historical background without denying progress.

Developer Paul’s ambition for the apartment development can be seen directly translated into the travel industry with his company Stay365, a new and exciting platform for digital nomads on web3. Changing and developing the digital nomad online community and pushing it past its boundaries to create an exciting new platform on web3. Building a whole new interface for travelers to book accommodation and earn rewards that will exceed their wildest potential.

The perfect solution to Bournemouth’s tired nightlife and tourist accommodation, this expansion of the city is certainly something to look forward to.


Author: Sammy Freeman

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