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New four-star hotel and whiskey distillery part of regeneration plans for Glenarm seafront

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Mid And East Antrim Council

A state-of-the-art visitor experience and community hub are further elements of the development proposals for the coastal village after permission was granted for the sale of the council-owned former quarry, fish factory and Eglinton Yard.

Commenting on the development proposals previously, Mid and East Antrim Mayor Councillor Peter Johnston said: “The village of Glenarm has always been a celebrated jewel in the crown of Mid and East Antrim’s outstanding tourism offering on the Causeway Coastal Route but, like any tourist destination, it requires ongoing investment and regeneration.

“The sale of these council-owned lands will serve as a tremendous catalyst in breathing new life into the area – boosting the economy, increasing tourism and creating jobs in Glenarm.”

Tourism in Mid and East Antrim generated the sum of £57m in 2019.

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