STOP PRESS: Swimming Pool Gets the Go Ahead

Cllr Mike Smith on site

Cllr Mike Smith on site

West Norwood’s Health and Leisure Centre with swimming pool, gym and dance studio gets the final go ahead. Construction work on the centre will start in the next few weeks and will be complete within two years.

The joint health and leisure centre will be built on land near the derelict Norwood Hall at the end of Devane Way facing West Norwood train station. This major investment by Labour run Lambeth Council is a huge boost to West Norwood and will encourage further private investment in the borough as well as provide much needed new facilities.


Filed under Community / voluntary, Health, Jobs, Lambeth Council, Leisure, Swimming Pool, West Norwood

6 responses to “STOP PRESS: Swimming Pool Gets the Go Ahead

  1. Anyone know what size the pool will be?

  2. decovilla

    Great News and a great boost to the local area – no more excuses I have to get fit!

  3. This is great news – the area is sorely lacking in such facilities.

  4. JE2

    Does anyone know if the pool will have access for all – i.e not just a ladder entry?

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