New redevelopment plans have been submitted to Leeds City Council for the redevelopment of Alea Casino, following the lapse of previously approved plans.
Alea Casino, which closed its doors in 2013, was part of Caesars Entertainment EMEA, previously had plans approved to redevelop the premises in to offices and a cafe, but have since lapsed.
A new application, which has been submitted includes a proposal to change the use of the building from its former gambling activity to that of business offices and commercial premises.
The planning proposal is reported to include a new roof terrace, cinema, events space and plans to convert the premises in to a business lounge and cafe.
A statement on the proposals was released:
“The design of the internal layout is intended to provide flexible workspace that will appeal to occupies seeking to be part of a vibrant and creative community building on the success of other proposals brought forward by Allied London. A range of workspaces are therefore provided within the building.”
Alea Casino is currently located at Leeds Dock, also known as Clarence Dock, near the River Aire in central Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.
Caesars Entertainment EMEA, who own the Alea Casino brand currently still operate two casinos in Glasgow and Nottingham are known for providing a number of games at its luxury casino venues including Blackjack, American Roulette, Three Card Poker and Electronic Gaming and Slots along with professional gaming tables and invitation-only luxury High Stakes VIP Areas.