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Djanogly leisure centre to open in April

New facility forms part of council's £32m leisure centre transformation programme

By Tom Walker

The new £6.44m Djanogly Community Leisure Centre (DCLC) in Hyson Green, Nottingham, will open to the public on 6 April. The new facility will replace

the existing Noel Street Leisure Centre which is set to close as the new centre opens. Facilities at the DCLC will

include a 50-station fitness suite equipped by Technogym, a multi-activity studio, a 25m swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms. The scheme forms part of

Nottingham City Council's wider (NCC) £32m Leisure Centre Transformation Programme to improve the city's sports provision.

The centre was designed by Archial and is being built by ISG Regions

The centre has been funded

by Nottingham City Council, but also received a £2.2m contribution from the Neigh- bourhood Development Company and a £1m grant from Sport England's Swim Modernisation Programme.

The facility was designed by

Archial Architects and is being built by ISG Regions. NCC has also lodged plans

for the £9m development of the city's new Victoria Leisure Centre, which will be built on the site of the existing facility.

First Bond Fitness Studio opens in Hertfordshire

By Tom Walker

Bond Fitness, a 1,800sq ft (167sq m) health club, has opened at the Hertford Rugby Club in Hertfordshire. Although located within the

rugby club's premises, the gym is open to the general public and aims to offer members a workout previously only available to professional sportsmen and women. Facilities include a fitness suite, vibration suite with six

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Nottingham leisure centre revamp put back

The redevelopment of Harvey Hadden Leisure Centre in Nottingham, which was approved in 2004, has been delayed for another year. The City Council’s decision is a result of it

prioritising the rebuild of the Victoria Leisure Centre instead. A report to councillors said: "The Harvey Hadden scheme has been

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rephased into later years. An evaluation of the development costs relating to the Harvey Hadden Leisure Centre scheme is being undertaken and further reports will be presented to the board." The centre was originally supposed to open in 2006 as a swimming pool and sports centre.

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