Work has now commenced on a Sport England and Leeds City Council funded scheme to
improve Aireborough Leisure Centre
The scheme will provide the following:
New entrance, with easy access from the car park and an improved façade to the centre
Improved reception area to provide a light and airy space that is both welcoming and accessible to users – both current and new to the centre
Retiling the pool surrounds
New ‘village’ style changing facilities which will comprise of:
Changing cubicles of varying sizes to allow single or family changing
Group changing rooms for schools / clubs – which can also be used as male and female changing rooms when required
‘Changing places’ facility for people with profound or multiple disabilities which is fitted with specialist equipment including a hoist and changing bench
Open and single shower areas to allow access by families, but privacy for those who need it
Vanity area with hairdryers / mirrors
What will the improvement works mean to you our customers?
Both pools, pool changing rooms, pool viewing and reception area will be closed during the works. The rest of the building will stay open as normal. Alternative
pool facilities are available nearby at Otley Chippindale pool, or Holt Park Active and
Kirkstall Leisure Centre.
The main entrance to the building has moved (to accommodate the refurbishment work) to the rear of the building (next to the general office) where we have created a temporary reception area
Please note that all other areas and activities that are not associated with the refurbishment remain open as normal
When will the work be finished?
The work is currently scheduled to be finished Spring 2018.
Thank you for your continued support and we hope you enojoy the new facilities when they reopen
To give you an idea of what Aireborough might look like here are some of the proposed plans; previous leisure centre refurbishments funded by Sport England and ones we have carried out across Leeds.