Bingo Hall to be replaced with Hotel!

October 23, 2010 - by Tom · Filed Under London Bingo News Leave a Comment 

An empty bingo hall in Inverness is going to be knocked down to make room for a £8M Premier Inn.

The work to transform the worn down and miss used bingo hall has begun in the city of Inverness.

Workmen started with diggers and bulldozers on the 23rd in order to demolish the bingo hall situated in Huntly Street. It’s replacement, a multi-million pound Premier Inn, which is going to include a bar, restaurant and even conference facilities.

However, the bingo hall venue has not only been used for this purpose, it was also a cinema, but has now been closed down and empty since 2005. And, due to it being empty for this amount of time is has become a trouble spot for young drinkers.

The property owner, Ardmuir, who is based in Aberdeen, states that the brand new hotel shall bring more than 40 new jobs to the area.

The director of Ardmuir Developments, Richard Thom, said that: “We are delighted to announce that Oglivie Construction has started work on the hotel, which will be a valuable addition to the accommodation choices available for visitors to the city.

“It’s been a prosperous year for tourism in Inverness and we hope the new development will provide a welcome boost to the economy.”

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