Local Leisure Trust, South Downs Leisure
confirmed to operate the swimming pool and the development will create over 100 new jobs
for the local area including lifeguards, a pool general manager and a learn to swim coordinator.
Joe McNulty, Sea Lanes Brighton Director, explains:
"At the heart of the scheme is the swimming pool, which will be accessible to all.
"The pool will provide much needed swimming facilities in Brighton and will act as a gateway for those looking to gain the confidence to swim in the sea, as well as a training hub for open water swimming events, triathlon, sea safety and lifeguard courses.
Sea Lanes Project - Proposed Development
"We are delighted to be beginning construction this winter and want to say a big thank you to everyone who has visited Sea Lanes and shown your support over the years."
Brighton & Hove City Council
granted Sea Lanes Brighton planning permission in March to transform the former Peter Pan site
on Madeira Drive, Brighton.