Plans for Sandwell's new Aquatics centre have been unveiled and are out for public consultation.
Residents can now have their say on the £60m venue which will play host to the Commonwealth Games in 2022.
The designs include a 50m Olympic-sized competition swimming pool, a 25m diving pool, a studio pool and 1,000 spectator seats.
Councillor Steve Eling, Leader of Sandwell Council, said:
It’s exciting for us to be hosting a major international event while creating a building that’s going to deliver world-class leisure opportunities for local people. We did a public survey with residents last year and it was clear that the Smethwick area desperately needed new leisure facilities. We want to get the building’s design and mix of facilities right, so we want Sandwell residents to have their say on the proposals. It is a huge honour to be part of the 2022 Commonwealth Games which means we will be able to build an even bigger and better leisure centre for our residents.
Alongside the swimming facilities, the centre will include a dry-dive facility, 108-station gym, a 25-station ladies-only gym, three activity studios, an 8-court sports hall, indoor cycling studio, sauna/steam room and café.
The proposed site at Londonderry Playing Fields, will also include 450 car parking spaces, a football pitch and changing facilities.
Five consultation drop-in sessions will be held for residents to discuss the proposals before a planning application is submitted.
John Crabtree, OBE, chair of the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee said:
The 2022 Commonwealth Games is an event for the whole West Midlands region.