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To coincide with National Apprenticeship Week in March, Leisure Opportunities is undertaking an employer survey on the industry’s needs and appetites for hiring apprentices. The ... More
Atlantic Wharf in Cardiff has been selected as the preferred site for a new 15,000-seat indoor arena. The planned £110m venue – which would be ... More
A swimming programme designed for babies and pre-school children will be rolled out across all five Center Parcs location after a successful trial. STAnley’s Swim ... More
Former Center Parcs managing director Peter Moore OBE has joined the board of Northern Powerhouse Developments (NPD). As non-executive chairman of leisure, Moore will steer ... More
An industry report on the virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) markets predicts that the sectors will be worth US$30bn (£22.7bn, €26.7bn) and US$90.8bn ... More
Government plans for a major shake-up of Post-16 vocational education have been met with disappointment from the leisure industry, after the newly-proposed routes into skilled ... More
The UK leisure market is now worth £117bn in annual revenue and is growing nearly twice as quickly as the retail sector, according to a ... More
The CEO of Black Country Living Museum, Andrew Lovett, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker for this year’s Tourism Society Symposium. The two-day event, ... More
British architecture studio FaulknerBrowns have unveiled the second phase of their major riverside regeneration project in Durham, northern England, which aims to create a new ... More
Virtual reality will enjoy its first billion-dollar year in 2016, providing new opportunities to businesses that want to create more immersive experiences for consumers, according ... More
Josef Hargrave, an associate with Arup’s global Foresight + Research + Innovation team, has predicted that the cities of the future will “identify, understand, manage ... More
Oxygen Freejumping has set its sights on reaching 30 locations across the UK by 2018, after securing £10m in funding to fuel growth. The trampolining ... More
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A trio of high-profile architects have called on the design and construction industries to embrace advancements in glass technology which are transforming the ways in ... More
Renowned London nightclub Annabel’s is to be given a new lease of life with plans to incorporate a range of leisure and wellness facilities as ... More
Retail giant John Lewis has poured cold water on speculation that it is planning a push into the gym market. Local media reports suggested the ... More
The ability to consistently source suitable properties will be key for gym chain’s targeting major growth in 2016, with competition for sites hotting up in ... More
Consumer spending on the UK leisure industry is expected to pass £80bn for the time ever this year, fuelled by growth across a wide range ... More
Tenpin bowling giant The Original Bowling Company (TOBC) – the operator behind brands such as Hollywood Bowl and AMF Bowling – has been given the ... More
Liz Terry, CEO of Leisure Media and editor of Spa Opportunities and Spa Business magazines, was invited to identify two architectural trends for the wellness ... More
Leisure services supported by public funding are facing significant challenges after it was announced that the Department of Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS) administrative budget ... More
The growing popularity of rugby in the US and a string of lucrative commercial deals could boost the brand value of the All Blacks to ... More
It seems the word on everyone’s lips at the moment is beacons. Partly because it’s fun to say, but more so because these simple devices ... More
Leisure sector workers are the UK’s most likely to keep their personal and professional online lives separate. That’s according to new research into the blurring ... More
The architecture firm aLLDesign, led by Will Alsop, have revealed plans for a mixed-use development in the west London town of Brentford. The practice hope ... More
Heatherwick Studio has revealed the first details of its plan to develop a disused coal yard in King’s Cross into a large-scale public space and ... More
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