The venue usually hosts large weddings with a 1,200 person capacity and there is no clear idea of when large gatherings will be able to take place again.
Throughout the pandemic the business missed out on government grants because the ‘rateable value’ of the building is more than £51,000.
Suleman added: “We did not qualify for any government grants and we are under a lot of pressure from the couples who booked at the venue asking to refund the cost and postpone the event, which is pretty fair on their part.
“We want to see wedding venues included in the wider hospitality sector by the government, they must take action to protect this industry.”
The venue usually employs 120 members of staff, 90 per cent of whom are currently furloughed.
He is worried that if they cannot open up soon he may end up losing some members of staff.
And overall so far he thinks that the business has lost £1.5 million due to the pandemic.
For now the company has offered all customers a postponement until December 31, 2021 at no additional cost.
But with large gatherings not likely to be allowed anytime soon, Suleman thinks that the whole wedding industry could be permanently affected by the pandemic.