Commonwealth Games Velodrome by Sports Concepts + Reid for 2014 bid, further images unveiled
News Update - Nov 2006:
Glasgow Velodrome image by architects
National Velodrome set to be approved by GCC this week - 2000 seats, part of the £70m Scottish National Indoor Arena 20 Nov 2006
National Velodrome - information from Glasgow City Council:
Councillor John Lynch, Executive Member for Cultural and Leisure Services at Glasgow City Council, said: "These will be fantastic new facilities for Glasgow and Scotland that will improve our elite sports performance and attract even more world-class sporting events to Glasgow. The opportunity to improve the health and well-being of the local community through access to state of the art sports facilities underlines the importance of this development, irrespective of the Commonwealth Games bid."
Derek Casey, Glasgow 2014 Bid Director, said: "One of the great strengths of Glasgow's Bid is the fact that successive generations invested in the outstanding sports facilities that we have right across the city. These new venues are the start of a new legacy - one that will enhance the lives of people throughout Scotland for many years to come. I am in no doubt that when these new venues open, Glasgow will have a stock of sport facilities that compare with any city in the world, and makes Glasgow the right choice for 2014."
News Update - Sep 2006:
Scottish National Indoor Arena
Reports that Brief may increase with cost rising from £24m to £70m incl. Velodrome. Scotland's bid to host 2014 Commonwealth Games may of course impact
6 Sep 2006
News Update - Jul 2006:
Glasgow Sports Facilities
The £14.5m Toryglen project - indoor football facilities + outdoor pitches to start in Sep 2006
27 Jul 2006
More details due online re the Glasgow Velodrome as news unfolds