BRM’s Commercial Property Team has advised in the purchase of Kelham Hall in Newark for an undisclosed amount, acting for the buyers Kelham Hall Limited.
The historic Gothic-Revival-style hall was built in 1863 for the Manners-Sutton family, but for the last 40 years has been used as offices by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Kelham Hall Limited will give the hall an entirely new life, with plans to transform it into a hotel, spa, conference centre, and setting for outdoor events..
Jonathan Pass, Director of Kelham Hall Limited believes that it is the start of an exciting time for the Hall.
“Our plans will bring the Hall to life, giving people the opportunity not just to visit but to stay in this historic building. We have already invested significantly in the Hall and Grounds to improve the quality of events. In the future we will be able to offer quality accommodation, restaurants and bars.”
Council leader Roger Blaney said:
“This agreement to sell Kelham Hall will take the building into an exciting new era and provide the district of Newark and Sherwood with excellent new hotel and conference accommodation. It will open up the building and grounds to new opportunities, preserving its long and distinguished history. “
BRM Director and Head of Commercial Property, Adrian Sheehan said:
“This transaction brought various challenges, not least timescale.
I am pleased to have delivered a successful result for Kelham Hall Limited and look forward to seeing the envisaged transformation of what is already an impressive building.”
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