Three Pines are delighted to have been awarded the contract to revamp the former Bond Street Tavern, in Bond Street. The bar is currently closed but has now been taken over by investor First Orchard Ltd, which has a new premises licence and will be relaunching under the name Cosmo Bonsor in a £500,000 revamp.
In a written submission to the city council’s Statutory Licensing Sub-Committee, spokesman Jason Pitt said: “Our intention is to create a new premium offer hospitality venue.We intend to refurbish, rebrand and relaunch the premises under this new name, with a view to recreating the Edwardian elegance of yesteryear combined with splashes of Art Nouveau splendour. Customers will also be able to enjoy simple but nutritious food and drink offers available from late morning onwards.
Upstairs, the plan is to convert the existing residential space into four ‘Airbnb-style’ rooms to let on a short-term basis. We see this development as a quality addition to a historical part of Wolverhampton.”
The new licence application also relates to the playing of recorded music, late night refreshments and the sale of alcohol on and off the premises.
Neil Lerigo Three Pines Director has commented “What a project to be awarded! Working with Jason from First Orchard and Patrick from Avalon Design to produce a very impressive and innovative new venue in the heart of Wolverhampton. It won’t come without its difficulties but we cannot wait for opening night!”