Nottingham’s Grade II listed Lakeside to be turned into ‘luxury’ restaurant and event space

18/12/2017 - 10:13
Lakeside in Nottingham, a grade II listed venue which was once home to a Victorian Pumping Station, is to be turned into a five star luxury restaurant and event space after the venue was purchased by a group of East Midlands entrepreneurs.

The new owners, led by hospitality and leisure consultant David Waycot, expect the first phase of the multi-million pound refurbishment to be ready for opening in the spring of 2018.

The first stage of the development will see the opening of an 80-seater restaurant alongside a Champagne and cocktail bar with alfresco dining.

Waycot says that the kitchen brigade will be of a “Michelin star pedigree” and will be “vigorous in its attitude and approach towards free range, environmental issues and the sourcing of local, seasonal ingredients”.

The menu is set to consist of a mix of British and international cuisine.

“We are committed to completely restoring the property and delivering it back to its former glories, and in doing so providing Nottingham and the Midlands with an outstanding luxury facility to embrace all social occasions and events,” said Waycot.

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