£4m Redevelopment Project Gets Underway At Thirsk Leisure Centre.

 

Thanks to investment by Hambleton Council, Alliance Leisure has begun work on the £4m development at Thirsk Leisure Centre. Once complete, the centre will boast a gym three times the size of the current facility – which for the first time will be operational 24/7 – a new studio for exercise classes and meetings, as well as a cycling studio.  Sean Nolan, Business Development Manager at Alliance Leisure, says: “These works will breathe new life into the tired, old building, creating a fit for purpose, sustainable leisure facility that residents will be able to enjoy for many years to come.”

This month also sees Alliance Leisure strengthen their team with the appointment of Greg Walker as Business Development Manager.  Greg will support the incumbent team to deliver a healthy pipeline of leisure developments across the UK and commented, “Despite the pandemic, this is an exciting time to be involved in leisure development. Sport England’s new strategy has highlighted the role sport and physical activity can play in the attainment of healthy, happy and productive communities through the adoption of a whole system approach. This has the potential to unlock new and extensive development and investment opportunities.”

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