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Travelodge has acquired three hotels, including Days Inn in Derby and two Ramada Encore sites in Chatham and Milton Keynes, with the transfer of 60 staff.
Travelodge is looking to open six new hotels in Oxfordshire, including Abingdon, Banbury, Didcot, Henley, Oxford and Witney, with the creation of up to 175 jobs.
Travelodge is to expand its chain of budget hotels with 19 new sites this year, with the creation of 450 jobs.
Travelodge is looking to open three new hotels at shopping centres in Bromley, Burgess Hill and Wood Green in 2017.
Travelodge is creating 550 jobs at its chain of budget hotels, including 45 at its headquarters in Thame in Oxfordshire.
Travelodge is looking to invest £35m opening up to seven new budget hotels in Greater Manchester, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Travelodge is creating 750 jobs as part of a £70m expansion programme that includes ten new budget hotels by the end of the year.
Travelodge is to accelerate the expansion of its chain of 519 budget hotels by opening 45 new sites over the next two years.
Travelodge is planning to invest £100m in Scotland, with the addition of about 30 new hotels and 500 jobs.
Travelodge is planning to invest £1.3bn in the expansion of its chain of 500 budget hotels with up to 205 new sites.
Travelodge is to open six budget hotels in Egham, Greenwich, Llandudno, Raynes Park, Southampton and Wembley by the end of the year, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Travelodge is seeking up to ten sites for budget hotels in Scotland, as part of a £75m investment that will create 200 jobs.
Travelodge is investing £57m in the modernisation of its 500 budget hotels.
Travelodge is looking to recruit 80 apprentices to work at budget hotels in Birmingham, Cambridge, Glasgow, Liverpool, London and Manchester this year.
Travelodge is to invest £100m in the development of 15 new hotels across the country this year, with the creation of 1,000 jobs.
Travelodge is to create 110 jobs at five new hotels due to open in Manchester, Southport, Crawley, Walthamstow and Chertsey by the end of the year.
Travelodge is looking to recruit 50 work experience staff at its 20 hotels in Birmingham this year.
Travelodge is looking to open up to ten new budget hotels in Hampshire, with the creation of 150 jobs.
Travelodge is planning to create 370 new jobs in the UK this year, as part of a £223m expansion programme that will include 14 new budget hotels.
Travelodge is forming a partnership with Gym Group to invest £70m in the development of ten more shared hotel and gym sites in the South East by 2017.
Travelodge is to create 100 new jobs across the country, including 65 in property maintenance, 20 for hotel team members and 15 at its head office in Thames.
Travelodge is to create thousands of jobs in London, as part of a plan to open up to 184 budget hotels by 2025.
Travelodge has started to recruit the first of 1,000 new staff required for the 41 new budget hotels due to open across the country this year.
Travelodge has unveiled a new list of 146 locations to establish budget hotels, including 65 in the Greater London area.
Travelodge is to invest £10m in the development of four hotels next to pubs in Darlington, Fort William, King's Lynn and Stevenage.
Travelodge is seeking suitable locations for a £30m investment in five new budget hotels across Greater Manchester, with the creation of 150 jobs.
Travelodge has announced a £223m expansion programme in London, with the opening of 26 budget hotels and 710 new jobs over the next two years.
Travelodge is planning to build a £6m 82-bedroom hotel at Sunniside in Sunderland city centre by autumn 2012, with the creation of dozens of jobs.
Travelodge is planning to invest £135m opening up to 37 budget hotels near the country's 15 national parks.
Travelodge is planning to expand its number of budget hotels in Scotland from 40 to 62 over the next five to ten years.
Travelodge is to invest £165m in the expansion of its chain of 475 hotels with 22 new sites over the next 18 months, with the creation of 1,300 jobs.
Travelodge is planning to open up to 100 smaller Metro hotels of between 20 and 40 rooms by 2020, in order to expand its presence in suburban and holiday locations.
Travelodge is linking up with five leading pub companies to invest up to £100m in the development of 36 hotel and pub sites by 2015.
Travelodge is to recruit up to 500 school leavers for a new hotel management apprenticeship programme.
Travelodge is to invest £300m in the development of 35 new hotels this year, with the creation of 700 jobs.
Travelodge is to create 150 jobs at six new hotels due to open in Chichester, Horsham, Lancaster, London, Maidenhead and Paignton in December.
Travelodge has agreed contracts worth £24m to develop two new 200-bed hotels near the MEN Arena in Manchester and the NEC in Birmingham, with the creation of 100 jobs.
Travelodge is to acquire 52 hotels from Mitchells & Butlers for £75m, with the transfer of 430 staff, and will create a further 115 jobs as part of a £10m investment in the properties.
Travelodge is to create 185 jobs at seven new hotels due to open in Chester, Dundee, Edinburgh, Horsham, London, Newcastle under Lyme and Northampton this summer.
Travelodge is to invest £62m in the development of 13 new budget hotels, including sites in London, Aldershot, Birmingham, Cambridge and Huddersfield, with the creation of 350 jobs.
Travelodge is to acquire the Micklegate Ramada in York, the Best Western Stansted Manor in Essex and the Hanover Hotel in Edinburgh, in a £14m investment.
Travelodge has announced plans to invest £60m in the development of ten new budget hotels in London, Manchester, Andover, Bristol, Camberley, Cannock and Liverpool, with the creation of 300 jobs.
Travelodge is planning to invest £115m in the development of 26 new budget hotels this year, with the creation of more than 500 jobs.
Travelodge has announced the creation of a £100m fund by Twenty10 Fund Management to fund the development of up to 500 new hotels over the next 12 years.
Travelodge is to invest £47m opening a further ten budget hotels, with the creation of 250 jobs, including sites in Manchester, Ealing, High Wycombe, Ipswich, Llanelli, Newbury, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Wadebridge and two in Edinburgh.
Travelodge is to open seven new budget hotels in Bournemouth, Edinburgh, Farnborough, Liverpool, Macclesfield, Newquay and Norwich by the end of the year, with the creation of 150 jobs, but 15 jobs are being cut at its head office in Thame.
Travelodge has won permission to extend its Covent Garden hotel in London's Drury Lane with 249 additional rooms by 2011.
Travelodge is forming a joint venture with Marston's to build a chain of budget hotels and pubs on A-roads over the next 18 months.
Travelodge is seeking suitable locations for the development of up to 120 new budget hotels in London by 2020.
Travelodge has announced plans for the development of 12 new budget hotels in Cambridge, Edinburgh, Egham, Epsom, Liverpool, London, Northampton, Rugby and Salford Quays, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Travelodge is investing £125m in the opening of 22 new budget hotels by the end of the year, adding about 2,000 rooms.
Travelodge is linking up with Aldi to open joint hotel and supermarket sites, starting with projects in Newquay and Middlesbrough.
Travelodge is to invest £150m in the development of 55 new budget hotels at seaside resorts nationwide by 2015, with the creation of 1,000 jobs.
Travelodge is to invest £70m in its budget hotel chain, including the acquisition of two Swallow hotels in Scarborough and Edinburgh and the conversion of five in Finsbury Park, Porthmadog, Gloucester, Caernarfon and Egham.
Travelodge is planning to expand its chain of 330 budget hotels with a further 44 sites in the UK during 2008.
Travelodge is planning to open 100 budget hotels in Spain by 2010, in its first major move into other countries.
Travelodge has announced plans to invest £3.5bn in the development of about 40 new budget hotels a year until 2020, with the creation of 10,000 jobs, and is particularly interested in London, Scotland and Wales.
Travelodge is planning to open at least 30 budget hotels this year, including 3,000 rooms, but international expansion has been put on hold.
Travelodge is to invest £140m in the development of up to 20 new budget hotels in London before the 2012 Olympics.
Travelodge is to be acquired by Dubai International Capital for £675m, and DIC is looking to double the chain of budget hotels by 2010.
Travelodge is considering plans to close its hotel reservations call centre in Dudley with the loss of up to 170 jobs, and 40 back-office staff are expected to relocate to its head office in Thame.
Travelodge is planning to expand its chain of 258 budget hotels, adding 2,500 rooms this year and a further 15,000 over the next six years.
Travelodge has bought the Thistle London Islington and Thistle London Ryan hotels for £55m.
Travelodge has won permission to set up a 120-bed budget hotel in Tolworth Tower, Surbiton.
Travelodge is planning to set up a 100-bedroom hotel at the Fort Dunlop development in Birmingham.
Travelodge is in talks with a number of potential partners to expand its budget hotel operations in Spain and Ireland, while its UK plans include an additional 1,500 rooms in 2004 and 2,500 in 2005.
Travelodge, the budget hotel group, is to create dozens of new jobs in finance, sales and marketing, following the relocation of its head office from Toddington to Thame.