Alliance Leisure are delighted to be part of the project to develop a new-build leisure centre in Kingston-upon-Thames.

The leisure centre will deliver the range of activities in a modern and sustainable two-storey building. Accessibility and inclusivity remain key features of the design, with new pedestrian links and landscaped spaces throughout the scheme. Public consultation, as ever, was essential to the scheme, and we are pleased to be addressing a multitude of community requirements through the new scheme.

The design reflects comments received from communities across the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames, as well as advice from the Design Review Panel and local planning authority. The council is now hosting the last set of engagement events before it looks to submit a planning application for the scheme in Autumn 2024.

Award-winning architects Roberts Limbrick have recently shared new designs for the proposed centre to much approval, whilst construction experts, Pellikaan, have been announced as the construction partners for the project. The project is being delivered through the UK Leisure Framework, which is managed by Denbighshire Leisure.

Cllr Alison Holt, Portfolio Holder for Economic Development & Leisure, said:

The unveiling of the designs, and securing of a construction partner, both mark significant milestones in delivering a leisure centre that meets the highest standards of quality, sustainability and accessibility.

We are going through all of the necessary processes to bring the project forward as quickly as possible, and this will be one of the final chances for people to give feedback as we look to submit the required planning application in the coming months.

Thank you to all of those who have provided feedback on the project to date. These designs are exciting, and I encourage everyone to come along to an event, or take a look at the website to see what will be created here in the coming years.

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