Fife Sports And Leisure Trust Announces GBP900,000 Investment Plans14th May 2011
Fife Sports and Leisure Trust (FSLT) has announced plans to invest £900,000 in upgrading facilities and services across its portfolio of 13 venues over the next 12 months.
The trust is to spend £390,000 on the installation of new Technogym equipment for Duloch and Carnegie centres, following a similar project at seven other gyms carried out in 2010.
Meanwhile, further investment is planned in the development of programmes across the 13 facilities; IT upgrades; and new self-service terminals at Carnegie Leisure Centre.
Fife Council head of leisure and cultural services Grant Ward said: "We welcome this significant investment from Fife Sports and Leisure Trust into new fitness equipment, facility improvements and activity programmes."
FSLT chief executive Ed Watson added: "The surplus funds have been made thanks to our success in the first years of trading reinforced with a prudent financial strategy."