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People are
starting to
realise that
physical
activity can
be for them
– ‘ordinary’
people
Landmark building (left and
right) St Peter’s Centre is the
tallest building in Burnley, with a
glass atrium as its focal point
national investment
Burnley’s position in the bottom 20 per
cent of local authorities meant it fell into
the Spearhead Group, targeted for
improvement on both local and national
agendas, and the PCT was already well
on the way to establishing a project
team for local regeneration work – it
had already secured a delivery partner,
the Eric Wright Group, for the
construction of new facilities across the
area through the Local Improvement
FACILITIES AT ST PETER’S
Finance Trust (LIFT) scheme.
LIFT is a major national programme
from the Department of Health
FITNESS HEALTH
(DH), which aims to invest more than

25m x 15m main pool and 12m x

Five GP practices
£1bn in primary care premises across 10m learner pool with movable fl oor,

GP emergency out-of-hours service
the country. The scheme is fl exible, plus seating for 200 spectators

Treatment rooms
depending on the needs of each PCT, and

Health suite with sauna, steamroom

24-hour pharmacy
a range of facilities can be delivered, from and spa pool

Dentistry
GP premises to community hospitals to

90-station Precor fi tness suite with

Physiotherapy
integrated joint service centres like St full AV system

Cardiac services
Peter’s. There have been several waves

Two dance studios

Podiatry
– the East Lancs LIFT initiative, including

Four-court sports hall with separate

Community nursing
the construction of St Peter’s Centre and one-court hall for martial arts,

Musculo-skeletal therapy
the regeneration of Burnley town centre, gymnastics and private hire

Chaplaincy
was one of 12 second-wave schemes

Two glass-backed squash courts with

Family planning
announced early in 2002. spectator viewing and coaching areas

Speech and language therapy
The scheme is run by the Partnerships

Crèche

Minor surgery suite
for Health (PfH) company – owned by the

Café
DH – which establishes a LIFT company The building was a fi nalist in both the Local Government Chronicle Awards and Municipal Journal
(LIFTCo) with the local NHS, PfH and a Awards. It was winner of the National Local Government Chronicle/Health Service Journal award,
private sector partner all as shareholders. the Tacking Health Inequalities award, and a regional winner of the RICS award
The LIFTCo owns and maintains the
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