A further 35 full time jobs will be created once the hotel opens in Coquet Enterprise Park.
The submitted application, by Arch, is for a 30-bedroom hotel including a mix of family and twin rooms, with a 150-seated restaurant and bar area and parking spaces for both cars and bikes.
The proposed development is part of a wider plan to enhance Coquet Enterprise Park and provide a boost to tourism in the town by increasing the accommodation offer and helping to attract additional visitors.
This application follows a successful public consultation in September of this year, where the initial plans and concepts were received positively by residents and local businesses.
Councillor Robert Arckless, county councillor for Amble, said: "This proposal would bring quality new accommodation which would undoubtedly mean more visitors and therefore more business for Amble.
“It would also provide new jobs for local people and, subject to it achieving all relevant permissions, I will be very happy to welcome this new hotel development for the town."
Councillor Dave Ledger, chairman of Arch said: “The hotel proposal will not only enhance Coquet Enterprise Park as part of our long term plans for the area but it will bring much needed jobs to Amble.
“Its developments like this which increase the potential for attracting inward investment and it’s another example of our economic remit to deliver ‘profit for purpose’ to benefit Northumberland as a whole.”
Subject to planning approval and appointment of a contractor early next year, the proposed development work could start on site in spring 2017 with a completion date by spring 2018.
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