Nottingham Buildings

The Reform Club

16-18 Victoria Street

This imposing building dates from 1869-70 and was designed by Robert Evans for The Imperial Fire and Life Insurance Company.

In 1912-13  W. B. Starr and Hall added the porch and dormers for the Reform or Liberal Club.  It was a place for Nottingham 's new wealthy middle classes to meet for lunch, to drink and to engage in political discussion. Its members  included the industrialist Sir Jesse Boot

In the 1960's it was internally refurbished to a very high standard when it became The Victoria Club and now just carries the name 'Casino'

The building is Grade II Listed

  Ray Teece  14-07-2014