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The owners of two thirds of the nightclubs making up the Cornwallis Street hub have confirmed three of their venues are to be sold, The Mail can exclusively reveal. A price for each of the properties to be marketed at is yet to be agreed and it is not known if the owners will look to sell all three as a package or if they are prepared to sell them separately.
Although some Mail readers have expressed concerns on Facebook that the sites could be converted to other uses estate agent David Corrie is confident the buildings can retain their leisure use. Club M has been vacant for three years and of the three clubs it is the one which could be converted and refurbished relatively easily and without the need for ificant investment. The Cry however, which is spread over a of floors and in desperate need of some structural work, will likely need a sizeable amount of capital to bring it up to scratch.
However, as a similar size and structure to Hotel Imperial, The Cry could easily lend itself to being converted to a hotel. Other nearby projects, such as the recently-completed Escape Hotels in the former Probation Service building and the Holiday Inn under construction round the corner, show there is a demand for more accommodation in Barrow. The right investment could create a central town centre leisure hub, made up of the blocks surrounding Cornwallis Street, Lawson Street and Market Street, Mr Corrie suggested.
MANY readers will remember the good old days of a night out in Barrow centred around the various pubs, clubs and venues in and around Cornwallis Street. The boat closed in August and in the Selandia left Barrow for Frederikshavn in Denmark to be scrapped.
The hotels and clubs were then bought by One Leisure from administrators Begbie Traynor in after being in administration for two and a half years. The venue was closed in March after the building was deemed to be structurally unsafe and was later demolished. We want our comments to be a lively and valuable part of our community - a place where readers can debate and engage with the most important local issues. The ability to comment on our stories is a privilege, not a right, however, and that privilege may be withdrawn if it is abused or misused.
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