Leisure Centre Woodley

Leisure Centre Woodley

Pellikaan won the design & build tender to replace the tired former leisure centre in Woodley.

The new leisure centre will include a six-lane 25-metre swimming pool, a teaching pool with a movable floor, a gym plus a ‘live well’ gym, a four-court sports hall, and an additional studio and a café. It will benefit the whole community with its up-to-date, accessible and flexible facilities, as well as preventative health services.

“This new centre won’t just be a hub for sports – a place to improve or maintain your health. It will be a community focus for people in Woodley of all ages and sporting abilities to enjoy, and socialise, as well as somewhere to go for help to avoid health issues becoming a problem in the first place,” said Cllr Norman Jorgensen, executive member for environment, leisure and libraries.

Client
Wokingham Borough Council
Architect
Concept: Atkins; Delivery: Roberts Limbrick

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Waltham Abbey Leisure Centre

Waltham Abbey Leisure Centre

Places for People Leisure was awarded the contract for design, build operation and maintenance (DBOM) for the leisure centres of Epping Forest Council.

One of the leisure centres involved is the Waltham Abbey Leisure Centre, which Pellikaan will be building on the location of the existing community centre. Therefore, the new centre will also have a community room.

Other facilities in this design and build project include a 6 lane 25 meter pool, a learner pool with moveable floor, a gym and dance and spinning studios.

Client
Epping Forest Council / Places for People Leisure
Architect
Pozzoni Architects

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Gert-Jan Peeters
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Andover Leisure Centre

Andover Leisure Centre

Places for People Leisure Management has won the new 30-year leisure contract for Test Valley Borough Council. Significant investment is planned to improve leisure facilities across the borough. This investment will help to provide a brand new Andover Leisure Centre.

Pellikaan and Roberts Limbrick Architects are responsible for the design & build construction of these new facilities. The new Andover Leisure Centre will feature a 165-station fitness suite including a virtual cycling studio, 25m six lane pool with 15m learner pool, dance studios, eight court sports hall, squash courts, adventure play, and café.

The centre will also offer a splash pad and Clip and Climb™ to encourage more young people to adopt healthy habits for life.

Client
PPP: Test Valley Borough Council / Places Leisure
Architect
Roberts Limbrick Architects

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Gert-Jan Peeters
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