Alliance Leisure is thrilled to announce the extension of its tenure as Lead Development Partner on the UK Leisure Framework.

Over the next four years, working in partnership with Framework owner, Denbighshire Leisure Ltd., Alliance Leisure will work with an appointed supply chain to deliver a current committed investment of £155,448,091 in leisure development projects.

The announcement is in line with Denbighshire Leisure’s third renewal of the Framework, launched in 2017, to provide public sector bodies, principally local authorities, an efficient means of procuring and delivering leisure development projects across the UK. Alliance Leisure, involved from the start, has to date delivered 53 projects with a combined value of £58,300,401.

“Over the last five years, the UK Leisure Framework has provided a vital means of simplifying leisure development projects for local authorities, ensuring projects are turned around quickly and efficiencies are maximised at every level of the supply chain,” says Paul Cluett, Managing Director, Alliance Leisure.

“During these testing times, as the UK navigates its way through Brexit and ‘builds back better’ after the pandemic, the UK Leisure Framework will help local authorities met their commitment to create sustainable, engaging, fit for purpose active environments that play a vital role in the health and wellbeing of the nation moving forwards. We look forward to working with Denbighshire Leisure and other Framework suppliers to play our part in the creation of a more equitable, active and healthy society.”

The new reiteration of the UK Leisure Framework is now in effect and will run until February 2026. Jamie Groves, Managing Director at Denbighshire Leisure, adds: “The UK Leisure Framework is the first and only leisure focused Framework and has proved its worth over the last five years, transforming public leisure facilities for communities up and down the country.

“As we enter a new era where physical activity finally receives the recognition it deserves from government and policy-influencers for its role in a healthier society, the Framework will continue to deliver value. Over the coming years we will continue to work with Alliance Leisure to break down investment barriers to ensure communities across the UK have access to the facilities they need to live more active lives.”

For information on the UK Leisure Framework and to view a full list of appointed suppliers, visit:



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