Multi-functionality expected to bring lucrative returns from events venue

7th November 2008

<p>Multi-functionality is intended to help revitalise the local economy through a new events venue in the East of England.</p><p>The new SnOasis project should demonstrate how multiple businesses can be brought together to benefit both individual venues and the wider economy, by offering resources and facilities to a diverse demographic of firms. The government has approved a £350 million development budget for the SnOasis project, which will be the first indoor winter sports events venue in the world. </p><p>Godfrey Spanner, managing director of developer Onslow Suffolk, said: "SnOasis will now become a reality bringing with it countless opportunities for jobs, the local and national economies, education, athletes and the winter sports industry."</p><p>Conference delegates are expected to comprise a significant proportion of the expected 650,000 annual visitors once the development is complete, while the local community will benefit from nearly £30 million of infrastructural improvements.</p><p>The project demonstrates the versatility of the conference industry by integrating with additional forward-looking events venues. </p><p>Bucks Free Press reports that the Pre Olympic Games Training Camp guide has awarded a certificate to High Wycombe Judo Centre for being part of the run-up to London 2012.<br/><img alt="ADNFCR-1753-ID-18864722-ADNFCR" src="" /></p>