Hotel For Lakeshore?

(LAKESHORE, ON) – In the wake of first Essex and then Amherstburg councils contemplating the need for a hotel in their respective towns, Lakeshore has entered the fray.

Lakeshore Council has determined that the attraction of a hotel is a key strategic priority and has taken bold steps to make it happen. Council voted to waive building permit fees in order to encourage hotel development.

“Businesses, residents, and sporting organizations have all indicated that a hotel is needed in the municipality,” the town stated in a release. “Market research has also confirmed that the need is now.”

With plans to host an ever increasing number of events at the Atlas Tube Centre, it naturally follows that visitors would seek accommodation options in the vicinity. Council believes that waiving building fees for will help to quickly fill the hotel need in Lakeshore.

Click for the latest news

About the Author

Ian Shalapata
Ian Shalapata is the owner and publisher of Square Media Group. He covers politics, the police beat, community events, the arts, sports, and everything in between. His imagery and freelance contributions have appeared in select publications and for organizations in Canada and the United States. Contact Ian with story ideas.