£60m Commonwealth Games aquatic centre design released

Sandwell Aquatic Centre - Commonwealth Games (4)

Gloucester-based architect Roberts Limbrick is behind the scheme

Designs for the new £60m Sandwell Aquatics Centre which will host the swimming and diving at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games have been unveiled.

The architect behind the scheme is Gloucester-based architect Roberts Limbrick.

The practice, which has previously worked on the Wales National Pool in Swansea and the redevelopment of Cheltenham Racecourse, has drawn up plans for the aquatics centre including a 50m competition swimming pool, a 25m diving pool, a studio pool and 1,000 spectator seats.

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