£13.5m The Hive leisure centre to open ahead of schedule


The Hive Leisure Centre in Ely, Cambridgeshire is set to open to the public on 14 May – two weeks ahead of schedule. (Article : Sports Management – by Tom Walker)

The £13.5m centre will include an eight-lane 25m swimming pool, a learner pool with moveable floor and a health club with a 120-station gym floor, two activity studios and a four-court sports hall.

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Honeybourne Place takes shape

A time-lapse video has been released showing £12million offices taking shape in Cheltenham. (Article by Gloucestershirelive – Conor Gogarty)

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Work begins on Stone Leisure Centre as part of £10m investment

Stone Leisure Centre

Construction work has begun on a new leisure centre in Stone, Staffordshire, as part of a £10m investment in the town’s leisure facilities. (Article in Leisure Opportunities – by Tom Walker 19th February 2018)

The centre will house a six-lane 25m swimming pool and a health club with an 80-station gym floor and fitness studios.

The £5.2m centre is at the heart of a £10m investment in the town’s leisure facilities, which is likely to also include a multi-use games area, skate-park and new play facilities.

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A new luxury health and fitness club is just what Swindon needs, say developers

Broome Manort

THE opening of a new health club in Broome Manor will be brilliant for the town, say Golf Club members. (Article in Swindon Advertiser – Reporter : Thomas Haworth)

The comments come after a planning application was submitted to the council for a swanky new health and fitness centre on the site of the Broome Manor Golf Complex.

Jeremy Sturgess, chairman of Twigmarket Ltd, the leaseholders of the site, said: “I am very excited about these plans. When we have spent so much time on something it’s great to see it all come together.”

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First pictures released of Newport train factory where 300 will work


THE FIRST pictures have been released of a Newport factory which will create 300 jobs building trams and trains. (Article from South Wales Argus)

The plant, created by Spanish firm Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles (CAF) was announced in July, is being built at Celtic Business Park, a 100-acre site in Llanwern.

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