Belfast City Council’s Transforming Leisure initiative will see £105 million invested over a ten-year period, to improve leisure facilities, programmes and services in and around the city. As part of the programme’s physical investment, a number of pre-existing leisure centres were demolished and are being replaced by new, state-of-the-art leisure facilities. Each of the new developments has been designed to offer a unique selling point to local communities. Amongst those facilities undergoing regeneration are the Andersonstown, Brook and Robinson leisure centres. With provision for indoor and outdoor sport and leisure activities, community spaces and cafes, the redevelopment of these centres brings exciting new opportunities to local residents.
The striking, modern exteriors of the three new buildings were created using a combination of Kingspan Facades' QuadCore® Evolution Axis and QuadCore® Recess panels.