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6 News A £35m leisure centre opens in Wycombe and urban planners urged to be more playful in neighbourhood regeneration


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14 Cheltenham Racecourse Roberts Limbrick Architects on the £45m redevelopment project, which represents the Jockey Club’s largest ever capital investment in a single project


19 Project news David Morley Architects to design a £40m sports complex and a striking welcome for Chelsea F.C. Museum courtesy of Mather & Co


25 Building envelope Waterproofing systems for the National Sailing Academy and a look at the spectacular new roof at the former Olympic Stadium


33 Interiors Hotel Pulitzer is transformed into Pulitzer Amsterdam and quirky design features at the new Hilton Bournemouth hotel


39 Adding value The role of M&E contractors in overcoming the challenges of delivering new and improved leisure centres


43 Spa and wellness A new luxury destination spa launches at the Appleby Manor hotel and xsite architecture expands the spa facilities at Rockliffe Hall Hotel with a £1m Garden Room.


47 SPATEX 2016 The show for those involved in the creation and provision of water leisure facilities pulls out all the stops for its 20th anniversary


49 Swimming pools & water treatment Health and safety expert calls for more action to prevent entrapment in pools and the UK’s first Passivhaus swimming pool and leisure centre to deliver savings of up to 70 per cent on energy costs


“Every year, thousands of families swim in hotel, leisure centre and private pools without realising there may be a danger in the pool.” P49


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