- 50m x 25m pool
- Barrier-free access
- Leisure pool
- Universal and inclusive change areas
- Multi-purpose spaces
- Expanded fitness area
- Better, and more spaces for events and classes
- Accessibility features such as handrails and non-slip surfacing
- A welcoming space for the community
- Energy efficiency design
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The NPNA will say the RAP location is the desire of the entire neighbourhood, even if they are only representing themselves.
Who puts a major rec centre on a plot of land bordered by a grand total of zero major streets. No immediate access to transit. Reduced accessibility being in a more challenging location.
Unless you live right across the street and the future of the lot you’re staring at is a parking lot for the next 50 years, or a $100 million rec centre.
if she was smarter she'd consider the pool in the park and a possible future of a park or at least more green where the RAP parking lot is. I'm not sure why she wants a 2-floor building right across from her house. it's a little easier for her she's on the south of the lot. the few homes on green will be worse off with little sunlight left part of the year.
why doesn't npna say:
fine. build the pool on central park but give us a commitment of a brand new park at half the RAP lot by 2025 and the second half by 2030. gives the city all kinds of room to deal with parking at the RAP lot. by 2025 npna has more green space than ever. by 2030 they are killing it. new park!
Plan to locate new Crystal Pool next to Save-On-Foods arena falls through; Central Middle School site now eyed for the facility
Victoria's plans for a Crystal Pool replacement are back to square one with the collapse of a proposal to sitaute the facility next to the arena.
Funding requests by the City of Victoria for the replacement of North Park's Crystal Pool have come up dry.