Lap dance club moves to Wood Street

The former Fudge nightclub in Wood Street, Liverpool, has been let to lap dancing operator X in the City, for a rent of around £80,000 a year.

The 5,000 sq ft unit was marketed by Colliers International on behalf of a private landlord.

X in the City is relocating from existing premises in Lime Street, Liverpool because that site is subject to a compulsory purchase order as part of a £35m regeneration scheme around the railway station.

Colin Siebert, director of licensed and leisure for the Liverpool office of Colliers International, said: "The former nightclub premises are ideal for X in the City and I understand that they plan to open very soon."

Colliers International recently opened its Liverpool office in the India Buildings on Water Street in the city's central business district.

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What is happening to the façade of the building at the old X in the City – the old cinema – wasn’t this featured some time ago re a bid to save it?

By Lizzy Baggot