The planning application for the new Sport & Leisure Park at Bar End to replace River Park Leisure Centre will shortly be submitted. Then WinACC will send in its comments, and you can do the same. Check this page if you want to see winACC's thinking, once the application is published.

See WinACC's Built Environment and Transport Action Group response to the latest plans for the proposed Winchester Sport and Leisure Park at Bar End.

The latest proposals for the bar End Leisure centre were published in late November. This public exhibition is your chance to view the latest plans and ask questions of those involved. These exhibitions will be attended by the project team, Strides Treglown, LA architects and Mace. The full list of public exhibitions with project team attendance are as below:

The latest proposals for the bar End Leisure centre were published in late November. This public exhibition is your chance to view the latest plans and ask questions of those involved. These exhibitions will be attended by the project team, Strides Treglown, LA architects and Mace. The full list of public exhibitions with project team attendance are as below:

The latest proposals for the Bar End Leisure centre were published in late November. This public exhibition is your chance to view the latest plans and ask questions of those involved. These exhibitions will be attended by the project team, Strides Treglown, LA architects and Mace. The full list of public exhibitions with project team attendance are as below:

A second phase of public drop-in sessions on proposals for a new Sport & Leisure Park at Bar End took place in July. Copies of the exhibition boards and a feedback questionnaire are now available. 

Stride Treglown architects in conjunction with LA architects, on behalf of Winchester City Council and the University of Winchester, are inviting the public to a second phase of engagement ‘drop-in’ sessions.

Winchester CC comment:
"This phase of engagement will focus more on the emerging Design Framework and early concept ideas for the Sport & Leisure Centre.

Stride Treglown architects in conjunction with LA architects, on behalf of Winchester City Council and the University of Winchester, are inviting the public to a second phase of engagement ‘drop-in’ sessions.

Winchester CC comment:
"This phase of engagement will focus more on the emerging Design Framework and early concept ideas for the Sport & Leisure Centre.

Stride Treglown architects in conjunction with LA architects, on behalf of Winchester City Council and the University of Winchester, are inviting the public to a second phase of engagement ‘drop-in’ sessions.

Winchester CC comment:
"This phase of engagement will focus more on the emerging Design Framework and early concept ideas for the Sport & Leisure Centre.

The architects appointed by Winchester City Council have been consulting before developing an Urban Design Framework for the area. See their documents and the timetable for the next steps.

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