UK gambling operator Casino 36 expands its presence within the West Midlands, by securing the rights to build a new casino property in the town of Dudley.
Confirming its £12 million project, Casino 36 management informs that the operator will relocate its existing Castle Casino property from Castle Hill to a new site in Dudley.
Its new Dudley property will house a fully serviced casino as well as a 450-seater bingo hall. Local business news sources report that Casino 36 aims to bring up to 100 new jobs to the town.
The Dudley project will be Casino 36 second property within the West Midlands, last year the operator launched its £7 million casino in Wolverhampton.
Casino 36 director Adrian Ballard said: “Dudley has always been a leading market town. The plans to move the area forward are admirable and something I am keen to be involved in.
“I feel the opportunities our new site will provide will complement these plans and be an additional vehicle to bring much-needed tourism back to the borough. When considering which new facilities to offer, we didn’t want to just cater to an existing client market.
“We are determined to provide something the area is lacking and are focused on providing new facilities in a friendly and safe environment where people can relax in an exciting and fresh new setting.”