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ISG to build London college facility


ISG has been awarded a con- tract for the construction of a new £3.5m “highly-sustain- able” facility at King’s College London’s (KCL) Honor Oak Park sports ground. The BREEAM Excellent-


rated development is designed by Loates-Taylor Shannon Architects and Designers and includes a two-storey brick and block work building. On the ground floor of the


centre will be 10 changing rooms to be used by KCL’s hockey, rugby and football teams, as well as by visiting teams from other universities. Function rooms will also be included among the ground floor facilities, while the first floor is to feature a viewing gal- lery with an open plan design. Te building is located adjacent to one of


two artificial pitches installed in the first phase of redevelopment at the ground, while the site


Te “highly sustainable” building will boast a first floor viewing gallery


also extends across a former Roman road. Archaeologists will be working with ISG, doc- umenting any remains that are unearthed. Stuart Deverill, ISG managing director-Lon-


don, said: “Te project reflects King’s College London’s core focus on quality and environ- mental sustainability.” Details: http://lei.sr?a=d5x3C


Social media platform unveiled for cyclists


British Cycling and broad- casting company Sky have launched a new social network called Social Cycling Groups, which is designed to help peo- ple connect with other cyclists in their communities. Te online platform, which


can be accessed for free via the goskyride.com website, gives people who might otherwise be cycling alone, the chance to buddy up with other cyclists and join unlimited groups and rides in their area. With dates, distances, dura-


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Many cyclists revealed they would like to have someone else to ride with


tions and maps, people can choose the group and ride that is best for them. Tey can also visit goskyride.com, the home of recreational activities, to create Social Cycling Groups and rides of their own, adding their own routes or using British Cycling’s recommended routes.


New figures released by British Cycling


show that almost half of its near 50,000-strong members are not involved in club cycling. However, many cyclists feel they would like to have someone else to ride with. Details: http://lei.sr?a=b7s4H


September opening for Swansea watersports facility


A new £1.4m centre of excellence for water- sports being developed by Swansea Council on the Welsh city’s seafront is due to open to the public in September. Located opposite St Helen’s, the scheme will provide a facility for sports such as kayaking


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and windsurfing and is designed to be “inclu- sive and accessible to everyone”. Te centre has been funded by Visit Wales,


the European Regional Development Fund and the Welsh Government. Details: http://lei.sr?a=o9B7B


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