PLANS have been submitted for a new casino in the heart of Huddersfield.
Kirklees Council officials will decide on the plan for the former Princess Cinema in Northumberland Street after public consultation ends on August 7.
The Casino Red firm hopes to create 120 jobs in the £5m venture.
The company, which sponsors Huddersfield Town, plans to develop all four floors of the building, which was once home to a nightclub and restaurant.
The basement will house a poker room and the ground floor will host blackjack, roulette and gaming machines.
A mezzanine circle featuring an 85-place restaurant and bar is planned for the first floor.
The top floor is expected to have a VIP section beneath the domed ceiling, which is to have a chandelier.
Casino Red has also applied for permission to erect three lit signs and two retractable fabric canopies.
The building is listed and in a conservation area.
This week the Government wrote to 16 councils given permission to build large casinos to ask if they wanted to continue with the plans.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has also ordered a review of gambling policy, throwing Manchester’s planned super-casino into doubt.