Plans for a Wantage industrial unit show it could become a swimming pool

Plans for a new pool could see an industrial unit turn into a ‘commercial, therapeutic and learner’ swimming pool in Wantage.

The planning application on the Vale of White Horse District Council website asks to change the use of the Brick Kiln Works to a swimming pool.

The applicant, estate agent Green & Co, highlights in the supporting statement of the application that the prospective tennant would like to use the site for their swim teaching business.

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In the supporting statement is said: “It is not the prospective tenant’s intention to create a recreational, ‘public swimming pool’ in the conventional sense but a bespoke, pre-booked, private facility where clients can be taught to swim at their own pace and/or benefit from improved health through therapeutic use of the pool.”

The applicant believes the new business will add “diversity” to the industrial estate, which already accommodates a mix of businesses.

Plans for the learner swimming pool are still in the consultation period which is set to end on February 8. The council is set to make a decision on the plans by March 7.

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Mike is the owner of the local pool shop. He's been in the business for over 20 years and knows everything there is to know about pools. He's always happy to help his customers with whatever they need, whether it's advice on pool maintenance or choosing the right chemicals. He's also a bit of a pool expert, and is always happy to share his knowledge with anyone who's interested.

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