Falmouth's £25m spa complex plans announced

Artist's impression Image copyright St Michael's Hotel
Image caption If the plans are approved, the complex will include three restaurants, a new spa and health club

Plans for a £25m spa and health complex that developers claim could create more than 70 jobs in Falmouth, Cornwall have been developed.

Three restaurants, a health club and more than 50 apartments would be built on the Falmouth Beach Hotel site, which was damaged in a fire in 2012, if proposals are approved.

Owner Nigel Carpenter said the build will "resemble an ocean-going liner".

The plans will be submitted to Cornwall Council later in June.

Mr Carpenter said: "We hope to develop an outstanding resort which will create many jobs for local people and bring a lot of business to the town."

Six woodland eco-lodges and gardens are also included in the plans as well as a two-storey underground car park.

If approved, building work could start in January next year.

Image copyright St Michael's Hotel
Image caption The plans also include 50 new apartments

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