The £ 24 million super casino project stalled – Middlesbrough

The Mayor of Middlesbrough ( England), David Budd, revealed in a statement early this week that the city’s multi-million pound casino project is not likely to go forwards. Such statement actually broke the hope of those who strongly believe in the Middlesbrough’s super gaming facility and its positive impact on the city. However, the City Council denied that the plan was stalled. A council spokesman underlined that Gurney Casino Ltd, a subsidiary of the Stockton-based casino developer Jomast, now keeps the project under feasability assessment and is currently seeking collaborations with other operators.

According to Jomast’s development director Adam Hearld, the company has just been granted the license. We are committed to revitalizing Middlesbrough while making the city the leading tourist destination, he said. Information from the Middlesbrough Council’s meeting held last December highlighted that the super casino project will feature a luxury hotel, banqueting rooms, a multi-storey car park, a casino and restaurants. It is estimated to create about 300 permanent jobs. Recall that the development plan was projected to break ground in 2013. £ 32 million will be used to make the plan a reality. A kickstart of the project is expected with the freshly-under consideration hotel development plan by Premier Inn.

August 25, 2015 by : posted in CASINO, NEWS No Comments

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