Multi-million Kenilworth leisure plans to be considered - The Leamington Observer

Multi-million Kenilworth leisure plans to be considered

Leamington Editorial 11th Aug, 2021   0

THE NEXT steps for the potential transformation of Kenilworth’s leisure facilities are set to be discussed at a meeting of Warwick District Council’s Cabinet tomorrow ahead of final designs being presented to the planning committee.

The multi-million pound plans include the creation of a second indoor pool at Abbey Fields with direct access to an adjoining sun terrace, as well as a new leisure centre at Castle Farm with a sports hall, 80 station gym and studios and a new HQ for local scouts and guides.

WDC leisure spokesman Coun Liam Bartlett said: “We are really excited about the stunning new sports facilities we are planning for Kenilworth.

“As has been the case with the redevelo if we receive the go ahead, we are confident that local people will love using them and be impressed with way that they will blend seamlessly into their magnificent backdrop.”




“Our innovative plans, with a sun-deck area and café have been sympathetically designed and with the new indoor family pool we firmly believe that we are offering the very best options to serve the town for many generations to come.”

The Kenilworth Leisure plans will go to Planning Committee in September, if approved work on the new facilities will start early next year.


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