Oakman Inns given go ahead for £5.2 million project

Oakman Inns CEO, Peter Borg-Neal
03/08/2017 - 08:35
Oakman Inns & Restaurants Ltd has been granted planning permission to restore The Royal Foresters pub in Ascot.

The company plans on investing £5.2 million in the redevelopment of the pub which was closed down in November 2016 when under the ownership of Greene King.

Oakman Inns has pledged a menu with Mediterranean-inspired dishes in keeping with the group’s sites across Berkshire and its neighbouring counties.

“This is the biggest project Oakman Inns has ever done and is incredibly important to us. Getting planning permission is a significant step in what will be a lengthy and extensive project and we will commence work immediately,” said chief executive, Peter Borg-Neal, winner of the business leader of the year award at this year’s Publican Awards.

Oakman Inns recently added a second Berkshire pub to its portfolio of 19 contemporary inns - the Walter Arms in Sindlesham near Wokingham.

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