Glasgow casino delay
A giant casino being built in Glasgow by London Clubs International (LCI) will not be completed until autumn, a year later than intended. In their initial plans, LCI expected the casino to be open by last summer but have been hit by delays as they claim they do not want to rush its completion and want everything finished to the highest standard.
The casino, once completed, will be Scotland’s biggest casino and, in terms of size, will rival the U.K’s first supercasino. It will be built on the south bank of the River Clyde as Springfield Quay. A name is yet to be chosen but speculation points to it being called The Rendezvous.
"We are confident the casino, restaurants and bars will attract thousands of clients, not only from Scotland, but also the growing number of tourists who visit Glasgow," a spokesman for LCI said.
Once open, LCI are optimistic that the casino, which according to LCI will be “a relaxed, smart atmosphere”, will prove a great success.
"We are confident the casino, restaurants and bars will attract thousands of clients, not only from Scotland, but also the growing number of tourists who visit Glasgow,” the spokesman enthused.
Furthermore, The Casino Advisory Panel (CAP) will make their decision on the location of the U.K’s first supercasino on January 30, in which Glasgow’s is one of the cities bidding for its licence. However, its chances seem to be fading as all signs seem to indicate that it is a two-horse race between Blackpool and The Dome.
Editor, Jackpot.co.uk - 2007-01-17 12:14:05