Redesign revealed for Manchester waterpark
Having gained planning approval in 2020, Therme Manchester has revised its design from a single building with a full glass roof to a more ‘pavilion-style’ concept, with a number of interconnected structures.
Billed as a one-of-a-kind destination, the 28-acre Therme Manchester is expected to become one of the top three all-season water-based facilities in the world.
Located close to TraffordCity and with its own dedicated tram stop, it will contain 25 pools, 35 waterslides, 30 sauna and steam rooms, a 10,000m2 wellbeing garden, an indoor beach, as well as host of eating and dining areas.
The redesign features a number of glazed pavilions that will offer a more accessible experience for all. Three main entrances will connect to a new green central boulevard and the main changing area.
According to Therme Manchester, all entrance buildings have been considered within the urban environment to focus on connectivity and to enhance the beauty of the surrounding landscaped areas.
With a construction programme of around two years, work on the site could begin later this year.