By Beth Sharp Thursday 10 October 2013 Updated: 14/10 00:14
A NEW Premier Inn and Beefeater restaurant in Longbridge will create 70 new jobs when they open in Longbridge town centre.
They will become available before October 28 and those behind the development estimate it will bring £1.6million into the local economy.
The Premier Inn will have 75 bedrooms available and the Beefeater will be able to accommodate 269 diners.
Mike Smith, the new openings general manager for Birmingham, said: “We are thrilled to bring our new look Beefeater and Premier Inn to Longbridge.
“We can’t wait to welcome our guests in October.”
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