See what's going on each week at our Leisure Development Site
Updated Saturday 26th July 2014
There’s so much going on at the intu Potteries leisure development building site every day. Now people can see exactly what is going on from their computer, tablet or mobile thanks to a camera which has been installed on the site.
At the moment there are lots of diggers and large machinery preparing the site for the cinema and the restaurants. The steel structure which will form the shell of the cinema is starting in a few weeks times.
We will update this page every week with a new image of the construction site.
Paul Francis, General Manager at intu Potteries said “It’s so exciting seeing the day to day progress on site, it’s great that so many people can now share in this excitement. Once the steel construction starts to take shape there’ll be much more to see.”
The 60,000 sq ft site will open in 2015. Cineworld, Frankie & Benny’s, Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Chiquito have already been announced as names coming to intu Potteries with more restaurant names to be announced soon.
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