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The short to
medium term plan is for the centre obviously involves a large financial
investment, which, with consultation with the local planning authority,
is scheduled to take upto a period of five years to potentially
complete. Initially we are looking towards an outline planning application
that will allow the site to develop a 122-bed hotel on site, Numerous
Diving Lodges and Bunkhouse Accommodation and a complete new Modern
We will be looking
at bringing on the facilities building in the short term development
of the site, which will include doubling the size of the shop, a
shower block, classrooms, extended catering facilities and an upstairs
viewing area looking over the side of the quarry. The images show
views of the proposed facilities building.
be looking at bringing on the facilities building in the short term
development of the site, which will include doubling the size of
the shop, a shower block, classrooms, extended catering facilities
and an upstairs viewing area looking over the side of the quarry.
are going to work on the initial phases of construction of the site
into what will probably become one of the foremost inland diving
centres in Europe, and certainly in the U.K. as it has a range of
depths from 0-9, 9-18, 26, 45, 50 and 80 metres, all of which are
be marked with buoys and trapeze where appropriate and necessary.
waters have all you would expect in the way of attractions
on the bottom, whilst the deeper waters have been kept clear of
any possible obstructions. The site is well stocked with Perch and
have conducted market research into your likes and dislikes, and arranged
the centre's facilities to make life for you as easy as possible.
The water's edge can be reached by walking, or using the two courtesy
vehicles that will take you and your kit from the parking areas to
the pontoons every 20 minutes or so.
The water is accessed by 144 metres of pontoons with kit trolleys
available, and configured to give maximum access and exit points,
and the least amount of swimming!
As you would expect, the
centre has full rescue facilities such a rescue boat, first aid
equipment, portable oxygen equipment and fully trained staff. The
centre has classrooms for instructor and club use, training tank,
shop, a brand new state of the art gas room, hire equipment, cafe,
changing rooms and toilets, etc.
As the development
and planning programme moves forward we will continue to inform
you of the progress the site is making. If you have any comments
or questions about the proposed changes to the site we would love
to hear from you. Click here for our