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Design team sought for Derry sports centre

Celtic park near brandywell stadium image by ardfern
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Derry City and Strabane District Council is seeking a design team to create a new home for Brandywell Sports Centre

The winning multi-disciplinary integrated consultant team will design, tender and supervise the construction of the new recreational facility.

Occupying a 1960s cattle market which was converted in the mid-1970s, the existing Brandywell Sports Centre was closed earlier this year on health and safety grounds.

The centre – which features 5-a side indoor hall, snooker room and boxing gym – is due to be demolished to provide additional space for the redeveloped Brandywell Stadium next door.

A new centre will be constructed nearby featuring a full size multi-use pitch for soccer, rugby and Gaelic games.

A synthetic soccer pitch, tennis courts, and cricket practice nets will also be delivered alongside new allotments and a changing pavilion with staff offices and a club room.

Todd Architects was selected for a new £8 million maritime museum and archive nearby last year.

The deadline for requesting documents is 14 July and applications must be submitted by 12pm on 15 July.

How to apply

View the contract notice for more information

Contact details

John Kelpie
Derry City and Strabane District Council
98 Strand Road
Londonderry
BT48 7NN

Tel: +44 2871253253
Email: tenders@derrystrabane.com

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