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KCSLU Athletics Secure Track

KCL Athletics and Cross Country Club to have co-resident status of Southwark Park Athletics Track

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King's and Southwark Council have confirmed the club will have co-resident status of Southwark Park Athletics Track.

A multi-million pound refurbishment project is underway and the track is planned to open late summer 2015.

King's will share the track with their new partners, London City Athletics Club [LCAC]. 

The upgrade of the track will be delivered in two phases:
1) Refurbishment of the track and infield 
2) Refurbishment of the athletics building 

Phase 1 will see a brand new six lane track laid down with a grassed central area. The plans allow for a full range of athletics activities to be delivered. 

In phase 2, the current athletics building will be totally transformed from the inside-out. The building will include 4 changing rooms (2 athletics, 2 football), and officials changing room, external lockers, physio/consultation room, free weights gym, externally accessible toilets, club room and refreshment facility.

Developers are aiming for the track to reach UKA track certification grade B and envisage a top class training and competition venue. Securing a new permanent home has been a crucial step in the clubs development plan. Along with the partnership with LCAC, the club will be able to offer a full range of athletics coaching from September 2015. 

Find out more

Take a look at the KCL Athletics and Cross Country profile and website