Burgess Hill Triangle Centre receives £ 1million improvements Brighton News

The Triangle Leisure Centre in Burgess Hill will receive more than £750,000 to upgrade gym facilities with new equipment.

The investment comes on top of new solar panel systems worth around £200,000 to improve sustainability at the site.

Mid Sussex District Councillor Chris Hobbs said: “The addition of these new facilities will enhance our community’s well-being and play a significant role in making our district a healthier and happier place.


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“This investment is a step towards making inclusive, sustainable, and outstanding spaces for everyone and we look forward to all future improvements in our leisure centres and creating a vibrant, healthy district.”

The Triangle Leisure Centre in Burgess Hill, owned by the council and run by Places Leisure, will benefit from new strength training facilities and cardiovascular equipment including Ski Ergos and Air Bikes. These additions will help improve cardiovascular health and offer new strength and power training facilities

Plans for the site also aim to improve its energy efficiency as Places Leisure aims to reach net zero emissions by 2035.

The site recently underwent further renovations including adding a Costa Coffee shop.

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This notice was published: 2024-01-19 05:00:00

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