Chepstow Leisure Centre Development – NOW OPEN


Elected members of Monmouthshire County Council have stated how committed they are to investing in and developing Leisure facilities across our county to support the health and wellbeing of our citizens.  The continued investment into Leisure facilities will have a significant impact on wellbeing for not only now, but also for our future generations.

Phase 1 of the refurbishment at Chepstow Leisure Centre is now complete.

Phase 1 of the refurbishment included the following:

  • Re-decoration of the pool hall
  • Upgrade to the glazing in the viewing area
  • Full replacement of the celling
  • Upgrade to LED lighting (* see information below on the Re:Fit Programme)
  • Installation of new Air Handling Units.
  • Scroll to the bottom of this page to see the end product and the progression.


* In June 2020 Council approved proposal to introduce the phase 1 of the Re:fit programme. This programme will play a vital role in delivering actions included in the MCC Climate Emergency Strategy adopted in October 2019 and the goals of the MCC Corporate Plan, identifying and implementing energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions.

The implementation of the improvement works will make significant contribution towards delivery of the Climate Emergency Action Plan actions to “Implement energy efficiency improvements across the existing council estate by 2022” and for “All bulbs within council owned buildings to be LED.” The improved energy efficiency, reductions in carbon emissions and increased capacity of renewable energy installations will contribute to achieving Goal C of the MCC Corporate plan to “Maximise the potential of the natural and built environment”.

The refurbishment works is due to commence on Monday 25th October 2021 and the expected re-opening date is on Tuesday 4th January 2022 (subject to delays to the project plan due to unforeseen circumstances). Following an options appraisal, a single closure to ensure that all works are completed was the preferred option to minimise service disruption. There will be a co-ordinated approach to the refurbishment involving various contractors to ensure the closure period is minimised and the pool re-opened to the public as soon as possible.


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