Roberts Limbrick's aquatics centre set for OK

Sandwell Aquatic Centre - Commonwealth Games (4)

Pool recommended for approval despite police objections

Planners are recommending the £60m Commonwealth Games aquatics centre be given the all-clear.

Sandwell council’s planning committee is set to decide the future of the facility, designed by Gloucester-based architecture practice Roberts Limbrick, at its meeting on Wednesday.

It is set to host swimming and diving events at the 2022 Birmingham games.


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