Building Handover Manuals | Parkgate Hotel, Cardiff

The Parkgate Hotel was redeveloped from two historic civic buildings dating from the turn of the 20th Century – the former Head Post Office for Cardiff and the city’s old County Court on Westgate Street. The Post Office located in the Parkgate building, was opened in 1897 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria. The Dutch Revival style building was granted a Grade II listing in 1975 in recognition of its historical significance and its representation of the grand late-Victorian and Edwardian civic architecture. The County Court and Inland Revenue Office was constructed seven years later in 1904 and like the old Post Office, the building was designated with a Grade II listing in 1975. These Grade II listed buildings set a standard for Parkgate Hotel to breathe new life into a part of Cardiff that is enjoying exciting redevelopment.

The Parkgate Hotel is Cardiff’s finest luxury hotel and part of the exclusive Celtic Collection echoes all the elegance and glamour of its historic setting and is the new chic spot to meet, eat, and relax.  The guestrooms are from the first floor upwards while the associated communal facilities including the restaurants, bars, & function spaces are located on the ground floor. The Gym & Spa are on the 1st & 6th floors respectively.

Dewick & Associates have provided the Building Handover Manuals, Building User Guide, Health & Safety File, and Home User Guide in accordance with BSRIA BG 26/2011 and CDM Regulations 2015 guidelines.

Builder: BECT

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