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iconic london baths re-opened The 160-year-old baths have re-opened after being closed for over 10 years


Marshall Street Baths in Soho, London, re-opened its doors to the public last month following the completion of a £25m renovation led by Westminster City Council (WCC). The historic 160-year-old baths, which


have been shut for more than 10 years, have undergone work to restore the original Sicilian marble-lined pool and green Swedish marble walls. A new purpose-built leisure


centre has also been created at the site, with the new facilities on offer including a 102-station gym, a sauna and health suite and dance studios. WCC development partner Marshall


‘the pods’ are taking shape


A new leisure complex being built in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, is starting to take shape as work continues on the construction of its domed grid shell. The Pods has been designed by


London-based Andrew Wright, with S&P Architects appointed as ‘delivery’ architects. Buro Happold and Bowmer and Kirkland are leading the build element. Due to be completed in May 2011, the venue will include a 390sq m (4,198sq ft) fi tness studio, as well as a 25m swimming pool and training pool.


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Street Regeneration – a consortium comprising Resolution Property and local business The Vinyl Factory – has carried out the work at the Grade II- listed building, which has also involved the development of 52 new homes. ISG Interior Exterior was


construction manager for the project, which will now see the venue taken off English Heritage’s ‘Buildings at Risk’ register. Nuffi eld Health has been appointed to operate the baths. WCC cabinet member for community


services Steve Summers says: “This redevelopment demonstrates our continued commitment to our residents.”


mayor sets dance target


London mayor Boris Johnson has unveiled his ambition to see three million people participating in dance by 2012, after helping to launch this year’s T-Mobile Big Dance. Johnson says: “London is one of


the world’s greatest centres for dance, with enormous creative talent to be found here. But it’s also about getting more active, or simply having fun – and it’s a brilliant way to bring people together.”


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