Syon Park Hilton work starts

Syon Park Hilton Developer Abilty Group has started on a 151-bedroom Hilton hotel in Syon Park. Construction work has started on the hotel which will include meeting and conference facilities, restaurants and a spa.

Ability told the Hounslow Guardian that its plans have been drawn up in consultation with the trustees of the 200-acre estate which is owned by the Duke of Northumberland, English Heritage and Hounslow Council.

Andreas Panayiotou, Ability's group chairman, said: "This is a rare opportunity to establish a luxury hotel for London in an idyllic and peaceful parkland setting. We are very pleased and proud to work with Hilton again in creating what is certain to become a sought-after international destination."

Ability has agreed to invest in the restoration and conservation of Syon Park, including the Adam oval carriageway in front of Syon House and the Duchess Gate, which will be reopened to pedestrians for the first time since before the Second World War.

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