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Premier Inn rolls out plans for new green hotel

15/01/2010 | Premier Inn rolls out plans for new green hotel

Premier Inn and Beefeater roll out plans for new green hotel and low-carbon restaurant at Burgess Hill in West Sussex

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Premier Inn Burgess Hill - the latest evolution in environmentally-friendly budget hotels

Premier Inn Burgess Hill - the latest evolution in environmentally-friendly budget hotels

Whitbread, the UK's leading hotel and restaurant group, has confirmed details of its plans for a second green hotel and its first low-carbon restaurant.

The Burgess Hill Premier Inn, in West Sussex, represents the latest evolution in environmentally-friendly budget hotels. It follows Whitbread's pioneering green hotel pilot in Tamworth, Staffordshire - the UK's first green budget hotel which opened its doors to guests in December 2008.

The 60-bedroom Premier Inn at Burgess Hill, due to open in Autumn 2010, will adopt the best-performing green technologies trialled in Tamworth to deliver 70% carbon and 60% water savings.

Adjacent to the hotel, Whitbread will develop its first low-carbon restaurant - a 220-cover Beefeater open grill restaurant.

The investment forms part of Whitbread's corporate sustainability programme 'Good Together', which was launched in December 2009 along with a pledge to reduce carbon emissions by 26% by 2020.

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