Wokingham Superbowl confirms commitment to carnival pool with new state of the art facility

24 May 2016

Wokingham Borough Council, advised by Savills, has secured a new 40-year lease with American Amusements Ltd, operators of Wokingham Superbowl, to form part of the Carnival Pool Regeneration Scheme. C J White Associates advised American Amusements Ltd.

In 2017 the bowling operator will relocate from its existing premises on Wellington Road to new facilities to be constructed, and form part of the leisure complex and 529 space multi storey car park. The new Wokingham Superbowl facility will total 26,000 sq ft (2,500 sq m) at ground and mezzanine floors and will house a state of the art 14 lane tenpin bowling centre, laser quest, soft play, café and amusements.

Michael Appleton, managing director of American Amusements Ltd, comments: “We are really excited to be involved in this new regeneration project and have thoroughly enjoyed our close association within the borough over the past 14 years providing a quality leisure offer at the Superbowl.”

Councillor Mark Ashwell, executive member for planning and regeneration at Wokingham Borough Council, says: “We were really keen to see the existing Superbowl stay as part of the new Carnival Pool leisure and entertainment offer. They are a great business and have built up a good following in the town. We hope their fantastic new facility will encourage even more people to come along and try out some of the things they have to offer.”


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