“We’re delighted with the response from the public,” said Council Leader Pete Edwards. “The vast majority of those that attended the two-day exhibition at the Guildhall – 81.5% - said they support the principle of this project, and that’s good to hear. Of those who support it, nearly 90% said that plans to site the complex in the heart of the city was the right decision.”
People can still see the plans and complete an online form at www.exeteractive.com The online consultation runs for another two weeks.
“It’s good to hear everyone’s feedback on the project and we will be considering all the comments as the we move forward,” added Cllr Edwards.
The project will see the current bus and coach park at Paris Street redeveloped to deliver two swimming pools, fitness suite, health spa, exercise studios, café and crèche contained within the UK’s first ultra-sustainable “Passivhaus” leisure building.
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