Guernsey Green Acres decision 'not due until February'

Green Acres Hotel sign
Image caption The hotel has been empty since it closed in 2012

A decision over the future of a former Guernsey hotel will not be made until February at the earliest, the Environment Department (ED) says.

The Green Acres Hotel closed in 2012 and developers Comprop said falling tourist numbers meant the site was not commercially viable as a hotel.

Initial proposals to turn it into a dementia care home were rejected in August.

Revised plans have since been submitted for officials to consider.

The ED said the new application had been undergoing consultation with a number of parties, including the Commerce and Employment Department and the Health and Social Services Department.

It was anticipated the application might be considered during an open planning meeting in early February, the ED added.

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