Plans have been submitted to create a new children's play centre at Bondholder Riverlights in Derby.
London-based Sports & Leisure Centres Ltd has submitted plans to Bondholder Derby City Council to convert a vacant unit at the complex into the new venture, Injoy.
The plans, submitted by Simpson Studio Architects, on behalf of Sports & Leisure Centres, state that the new play centre would include “trampolines, climbing area, cafeteria and small meeting/seminar spaces together with lounge and bar facilities for adults over the ground and intermediate floors”.
The centre would create 25 new jobs, including five full-time roles.
The Riverlights complex, which is already home to businesses including Holiday Inn, Premier Inn, Genting Casino and Gym City - and incorporates Derby Bus Station - originally opened in 2010. In 2015, the building was bought by London-based asset management company Moorfield Group for £16.5 million.