Images have been released showing what Lichfield’s new leisure centre will look like.
The CGI pictures of the £10million development at Stychbrook Park show the building and play area alongside the facility.
A planning application has been submitted for the new leisure centre which is being designed by ReCreation to replace the existing Friary Grange Leisure Centre.
If the scheme is given the go-ahead its will include a new 25 metre variable depth swimming pool, fitness gym, dance studio, spin studio, community room and outdoor 3G pitch.
Cllr Andy Smith, Lichfield District Council’s deputy leader and cabinet member for leisure, parks and major projects, said:
“We know how important good leisure facilities are to the district’s residents and our officers are forging ahead with delivering the new leisure centre at Stychbrook Park.
“We are pleased to share these new images which show how the leisure centre is set to look and acknowledge the submission of the planning application which is an important milestone in the delivery of the project.”Cllr Andy Smith, Lichfield District Council
Lichfield District Council say consultation has been taking place over the summer on the design proposals, while highways experts have also been “resolving traffic challenges” associated with the new centre.