Plans have been revealed for the new look Spanish City Dome as part of a £36 million seafront transformation of Whitley Bay in North Tyneside, UK.
North Tyneside Mayor Norma Redfearn said: “This is a major step forward for the regeneration of Whitley Bay and is something we’ve been working towards for a very long time. Our majestic Spanish City Dome is iconic across the North East and beyond and I know how much it means to local people who have told us how they want to see the Dome returned to use once again.”
“This partnership with Kymel Trading Ltd marks the start of a brand new chapter in Whitley Bay’s wonderful history which will see the building sympathetically transformed into a modern, vibrant and exciting destination venue, heralding the start of a fantastic new future for the area,” she continued.
Paul Mackings, chief executive of Cameron Hall Developments and Chairman of Kymel Trading Ltd, said: “The Spanish City Dome is a significant and iconic building in a unique beachfront location that has huge potential to offer something very new and very compelling to the North East and our plans will see us utilise the building in a flexible, changeable and dynamic way. This is not just about an investment in the Dome, it’s about an investment in, and commitment to, supporting the successful future of Whitley Bay and North Tyneside.”