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Closed Alea Leeds

Lights Off For Alea Leeds Casino

Alea Leeds Closes its doors on the 4th of March 2013. Not only have they withdrawn from the process of applying for a larger Licence (2005 Gaming Act) from the Leeds Council they have dramatically closed the doors at Alea Leeds affecting it is estimated some 100 peoples jobs with the London Club Group (owned by the Caesars Entertainment) which ironically was rumoured  to be up for sale not that lo... »

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Will Southampton be the next 2005 Act Large Casino?

Will Southampton be the next 2005 Act Large Casino Southampton City Council will invite bids from operators in April for the 2005 Act license, already more than a dozen operators from the UK and abroad have registered interest. The stage one hearings are set to take place in August, final applications in January 2014. It is expected that he License will be awarded in May 2014. The Council has said... »

Great Yarmouth Casino Licence Decided

Great Yarmouth Casino Licence Decided

Great Yarmouth Casino Large Licence Decided After 18 months of council processes the Great Yarmouth Casino large  Licence has been decided (barring any appeal). There were 2 applications for the Great Yarmouth Casino 2005 gaming act licence. Patrick Duffy of Palatial Leisure Ltd  and Albert Jones of  Pleasure and Leisure Property Cooperation Ltd. A unanimous decision was reached by the Licence Com... »