New £300m Attraction revealed for Blackpool

Blackpool Council have today released the long-awaiting details of a new attraction on the Central Corridor site.

The development, which is on the former Central Train station land, is being developed by Nikal Ltd and Media Invest Entertainment.

The all-year round complex will have a  Flying Theatre dubbed Chariots Of The Gods; a huge indoor adventure park as well new restaurants, hotels, food market and the possibility of a night club.

Blackpool Council estimate that the development will attract an additional 600,000 tourists annually bringing in revenues of up to £75m. As well as this there is to be an estimated 1,000 jobs created.

Central Insurance Managing Director said: “This is fantastic announcement and much welcome boost to the local hospitality industry

“Everyone at Central Insurance is exicited to see this development start which I believe construction is to start summer 2021”

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Fireworks and Insurance

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Marsh & McLennan in major acquisition of JLT Group

The deal, worth $5.6bn (£4.3bn) in cash, was announced yesterday (18 September) and is expected to close in spring 2019.

Our partners at Momentum have said: “A shame to see another great Insurance broking brand being lost to consolidation. But a great opportunity for independent UK brokers to demonstrate the value of personal service and client focus.” – Howard Pepper

Social Media Warning for Holiday Makers

Holidaymakers are being reminded that they could invalidate their home insurance if they post photos on social media while abroad. An article by the Telehgraph has warned against posting on social media whilst abroad can invalidate your home insurance.

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