Replacement Leisure Centre Project
River Park Leisure Centre is now more than 40 years old and its ability to meet the needs of a growing population in Winchester is limited. The City Council has looked at various options for replacing or refurbishing it and has commissioned work from external consultants to test the various options.
In September 2015, having looked at the cost and practicality of these various options, the Council agreed that the preferred option, if it is affordable and deliverable, would be a new leisure centre built at Bar End. This centre would be located between the existing sports stadium and the M3, on an area of land owned by the City Council, Hampshire County Council and the University of Winchester.
The current estimates from consultants indicate that a new leisure centre at Bar End would cost in the region of £30 - £35 million. It would take approximately three years to design and build.
If you would like further information about the project then please email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Project Name||Replacement Leisure Centre Project|
|Portfolio Holder||Cllr Pearson|
|Expected End Date||31/12/2020|
Cabinet and Council have decided on the facility mix for the new leisure centre project July 2016
The next phase of consultation will be on the concept design, during Spring / Summer 2016/17
|Last Committee Report||