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CRAZY Golf Centre With A Different Spin Opening In Kinning Park

SPACE in a former Glasgow printworks is being fitted out for a new leisure concept combining crazy golf, local drinks and street food vendors.

Leisure operator KMCN Holdings Ltd has signed a lease for 6,000 sq ft at 124 Portman Street, in part of the former News International printworks.
Fore Play Crazy Golf — described as a “socialising platform” —  is set to open its doors there– in September.

Located next to Ryze Glasgow trampoline centre, the building is being fully refurbished by the new tenants with the addition of toilets, kitchen facilities and specialist lighting.

Craig Neilson, co-founder of KMCN Holdings, said: “We are very excited about this new venture which will be completely different for Scotland and is a world away from the kids-themed golf courses currently on offer at shopping centres and seaside towns.”

The building is owned by a private landlord, who was represented by agent Andrew Ketley. The tenant was self represented.

Ketley added: “I think this will prove to a be a great location for Fore Play, who are doing a fantastic job with their fit-out, providing a great leisure destination and making the most of former industrial space which really has a bit of character to it.

“The landlord wishes Craig and partner Kasia Majkut every success with this exciting concept and hope that it is the first of many venues to come.”