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Places for People gets green light for £19m Surrey leisure centre

Runnymede Borough Council has approved plans from Places for People to build a £19m leisure centre in Egham, Surrey.

The plans will see the existing 23,400 sq ft facility demolished and replaced with a 41,000 sq ft building.

The new building will have the Surrey town’s first public swimming pool, with eight 25-metre lanes, movable floor and spectator seating.

There will also be a 10-metre learner pool with moveable floor, a four-court sports hall, 110-station fitness suite, exercise studios, indoor cycling studio and a two-storey healthy suite with sauna, steam rooms and wet and dry treatment rooms.

A new creche and children’s adventure play area are also provided alongside a cafe, linked with external elevated and ground level terraces.

Outside will be six 3G five-a-side football pitches, a full sized synthetic turf pitch and full-size football grass pitch. Improvements are also made to parking provisions and access to the site.