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UK – Gala Bingo to be part of Bath casino development work

By - 10 March 2014

Bath’s first casino is a step nearer reality following recommendations for approval from planners for the £14m casino hotel project in the historical spa town.

Its development though will require alteration work at an existing a Gala Bingo Club, a significant part of which has been earmarked for demolition, with the elements forming part of the new casino. The bingo hall is located in the old Pavilion Music Hall which was opened in 1886.

The casino, which will operate as one of the new style ‘small’ licences, will be run by Groupe Partouche SA in partnership with Global Gaming Ventures. The casino would be housed over three floors including bars, dining and private function/meeting rooms with a 900 capacity. The 148-bedroom hotel will be run by Z Hotels.

In a report to be scrutinised by councillors, planners claim the development would bring ‘activity and vibrancy into an important and historic site.’

If the council agrees, the project will then be passed over to Communities Secretary Eric Pickles as the building works falls within the Bath City

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Conservation Area and World Heritage Site, and will see the demolition of the interior of a grade II-listed building.

To be situated near to Bath’s main shopping area, the site is in an area already filled with restaurants, offices, a theatre and comedy club.

The Market building would provide an entrance to a new four-storey building to be developed which would incorporate two ground floor restaurants.

The development plans have already been altered so that the materials used in the design now fit in with the area. Councillors said the original proposals were ‘almost perfect’ but required some ‘softening’ to fit in with the surrounding area.

Not everyone is happy with the design though. Bath Heritage Watchdog described the latest improvements as being ‘akin to putting lipstick on a pig, it still remains a pig.’

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