Exciting plans to open a multi-million pound multiplex cinema and a string of restaurants in Doncaster town centre are set to create 100 jobs.
Doncaster Council has unveiled the latest phase of its Civic and Cultural Quarter plan which will see the opening of the new six screen 1,600 seat cinema and four restaurants by the spring of 2016.
The complex will be built alongside the existing Cast theatre and will help to complete Sir Nigel Gresley Square, sitting opposite the authority’s Civic Offices.
Mayor Ros Jones announced the development yesterday and said that the scheme would help continue the ongoing regeneration of Doncaster town centre as well as the borough as a whole. She said: “This shows that Doncaster is moving forward and keeping the momentum going by bringing more jobs into the town.
“We envisage that this will bring in more investment and companies and stimulate our economy even further. Doncaster is well and truly open for business.”