Former swimmers and interested locals will have their first opportunity to view the exciting design for the renovation and future use of the historic open air Cleveland Pools, when plans go on public display in Bath this week.
As part of a public consultation exercise the concept designs will be displayed at a stand outside GAP in Milsom Street all day on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th April 2016.
Members of the Trust and its design team will be on hand to explain the thinking behind the development of the concept design and to collect suggestions and comments from the public.
Architect Peter Carey from Donald Insall Associates said: “It’s a real treat and a privilege to be working on this virtually untouched Georgian gem hidden away in Bath on the river-bank in Bathwick.
“The Cleveland Pools should be considered a national treasure; they are historically significant and will be a great asset to bathers in Bath and beyond for many years to come”.
Project Director Christopher Heath said: “It is so crucial that we have the public’s input on these plans as the results will go a long way to helping us refine the final design which will be submitted for planning and listed building consent in July this year.
“The Cleveland Pools is first and foremost a community project and we will value all the feedback we get”.
The concept plans can also be reviewed on the Trust’s website here which includes an explanation of the development of the design and a short survey form for comments.