Peak practice for active Stirling
October 24 2008
The development includes a new nine-court sports hall, 25m swimming pool, specialist climbing wall and six-sheet ice pad as well as the existing six five-a-side football pitches, third generation football/rugby surface and international class water-based hockey pitch.
The Peak complex will bring 90 new job opportunities to the local community, along with the world class sporting facilities, which will help Stirling to stake a claim to attract top athletes and teams to the area to train ahead of both the London Olympics and Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Nora Senior, managing director of Weber Shandwick who are handling media and community relations, said: "The Stirling Sports Village project is a hugely significant development in terms of the provision of top class sporting facilities in Scotland. The Peak complex is being delivered on time and on budget and we are delighted to be in a position to continue our relationship with Active Stirling and build on the success of the earlier activity. Being reappointed to work for a client is an excellent endorsement for our business and the high standard of work we deliver."
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