Community campus starting to take shape

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BUILDING work has started on the new community campus for Salisbury at Five Rivers leisure centre.

The first phase involves refurbishing the conference suite to create a dry changing area, and work on the sports hall roof.

Contractors Rydon Construction will do “everything possible to minimise disruption”, Wiltshire Council says.

Next month will see the beginning of work on an extension and refurbishment of the gym and dance studio.

The project, intended to provide space for several community services and the police under one roof, is due to be finished by autumn next year.

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6:46pm Sun 10 Aug 14

gingin says...

Lets hope it isn't delayed and comes in on budget.
Lets hope it isn't delayed and comes in on budget. gingin
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12:32am Mon 11 Aug 14

karlmarx says...

Well, the custody suite certainly won't be due to the contaminated land it is proposed to built on. Perhaps those held in custody will be able to claim for any health issues they suffer as a result of being be detained in a building built on contaminated land.
I can't find any evidence at all yet that shows that the Wilton road police station was built on contaminated land, I'll keep searching though.

Wiltshire council 'where everybody mutters'
Well, the custody suite certainly won't be due to the contaminated land it is proposed to built on. Perhaps those held in custody will be able to claim for any health issues they suffer as a result of being be detained in a building built on contaminated land. I can't find any evidence at all yet that shows that the Wilton road police station was built on contaminated land, I'll keep searching though. Wiltshire council 'where everybody mutters' karlmarx
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