Heeton-led consortium adds two hotels to its Britain portfolio

SINGAPORE - A consortium led by Heeton Holdings announced yesterday that it has added two more hotels to its portfolio in Britain.

One is a budget outlet with 87 bed rooms close to the centre of Bradford City, while the other, in Gloucester City, has 127 bed rooms.

Both hotels are managed by the international French operator Accor.

The consortium had bought an apartment-hotel (a hotel cum service apartments) in London's Hammersmith last March, as well as a mixed development site near Leeds city centre in July.

The three other partners in the consortium are KSH Holdings, Lian Beng and Ryobi Kiso, through its subsidiary Leeds Investment and Development.

Heeton holds an effective interest of 55 per cent while KSH, Lian Beng and Leeds Investment & Development have effective interests of 15 per cent each.