intu invests £1m to transform Clocktower dining
intu has announced plans to invest £1m to transform the dining experience for shoppers at Nottingham’s Victoria centre.
The work, which is due to be completed in November, will change the look and feel of the Clocktower dining area, creating a more natural, social space for shoppers to either grab food on the go or stop for a leisurely lunch or dinner.
As part of the transformation, the centre will welcome six new international food brands and local favourites, offering more choice for customers in terms of flexible dining options and price points. Joining the line-up are pretzel specialist Auntie Anne’s, Triple Two Coffee, Mr Frites, Muffin Break ,McDonald’s and Chopstix.
Plans have also been unveiled for the centre’s first permanent entertainment offering in the form of virtual reality experience meetspaceVR offering virtual reality challenges including battling zombies, androids and drones.
“This is an exciting time for Clocktower dining,” said Nigel Wheatley, general manager at intu Victoria Centre.
“With centre occupancy at an impressive 99 per cent, we’re now able to make this investment and create a compelling space that offers our customers even more. Expect a big change in both tone and ambience, lots more natural elements and a mix of food kiosks for a quick bite to eat, alongside sit-down dining experiences perfect for family outings.”