Posted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 3:09 am Post subject: Upgrade for Edinburgh whisky centre
THE Scotch whisky industry is to invest £2m in a revamp for its capital tourism centre.
The first phase of the project at the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre will include a £400,000 upgrade of the frontage that will include building a state-of-the-art glass cylinder that will open out on to Castle Wynd.
Alastair McIntosh, managing director of the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre, says he hopes the second phase, a £600,000 overhaul of the visitor tour, will be completed by 2007.
The SWHC has a turnover of £3m and last year made a pre-tax profit of £400,000.
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