Extreme Bounce Revolution, the leisure company, has unveiled plans for a multi-million pound family entertainment centre in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire.
The company is currently requesting permission from North East Lincolnshire Council to build one of the UK’s “first air-supported dome structures”.
Paul Johnson, Extreme’s operations director, explained the structure of the proposed building: “It’s effectively a big tent that is blown up with a compressor. Some football teams and tennis centres use them to practice and train in.
“But it looks amazing and is a great use of space.”
Billed as a “fully inclusive family entertainment centre for all ages”, the Xtreme Bounce centre will offer 15 different games and activities to visitors, including trampolines, total wipeout and Ninja Warrior-style games.
Johnson, who also has sites in Derby and Newcastle (pictured), said: “We see Cleethorpes being a year-round attraction. Many people visit the area every weekend.
“Essentially it’s great fun for all of the family.” he added. CDC Architecture submitted Extreme Bounce Revolution’s plan to transform the currently vacant plot on behalf of their client, and cited how the development would promote “exercise and health”.
The applicant says the centre will prove to be a “significant addition to other local leisure and tourism facilities”, thus helping towards increasing tourism and visitor numbers to Cleethorpes and the local area.
In a bid to attract holidaymakers, the £2m family entertainment centre will be located next to Premier Inn, if plans are given the green light.
The proposals are expected to create 80 jobs in public relations, marketing, hospitality and operations.