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Find great staff Tm 400,000+ readers leisure opportunities 30 november – 9 december 2010 ISSUE 542 Daily news & jobs: www.leisureopportunities.co.uk New visitor centre for Loch Ness PEtE Hayman


Glasgow-based Cameron Webster Architects (CWA) has unveiled its latest pro- posals for a new ‘sustainable’ visitor centre at Loch Ness. The


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Discovery Project (JDP) is an extension of the Inverness- based Jacobite Cruises, which operates boats on Loch Ness, and will also include the devel- opment of a new harbour. Designed to feature a “fully


sustainable set of green cre- dentials”, the visitor centre will be heated and cooled using water from Loch Ness. CWA partner Robin Webster said: “Tere


Te new centre will be cooled and heated using water from Loch Ness JDP director Rod Michie added: “We are


are many eco-friendly features within the development and the location of the Discovery Project lends itself excellently to these. Te centre’s architectural concept fits very carefully with the landscape and the nat- ural features of the site.”


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University of Glamorgan has opened the doors to its new £3.7m coaching and performance facility. Designed by architects Holder


Mathias, the centre includes a six- court sports hall, an ancillary support block, a strength and conditioning lab for elite training, and a teaching facil- ity with a notational analysis room. Built by Midas Construction and


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looking forward to having brand new facili- ties where visitors can really make the most of beautiful Loch Ness. “We want to create everlasting memories


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Low-cost health club operator Te Gym Group has expanded its UK portfolio to 10 sites with the launch of a new gym in Nottingham. Te opening forms part of the chain’s bid to


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Nottingham facility is open 24 hours a day and offers monthly membership for £15.99 with no minimum contract. Te Gym Group has also revealed that 70


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Chef Marcus Wareing will open a flagship restaurant at the Renaissance St. Pancras Hotel London. To be called Gilbert Scott – after the architect who designed the 137-year-old building – the 6,700sq ft (622sq m), 120-cover British brasserie will be Wareing’s second in London. Te Marriott-managed hotel is due to


reopen next May. David Coffer Lyons bro- kered the deal on behalf of Manhattan Loſt Corporation, which owns the building and is developing loſt apartments at the site.


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