The Cleveland Pools, Bath, dating from 1815, are Grade II* Listed, being of exceptional architectural and historic importance. The Pools are believed to be the oldest surviving outdoor pools in England. Disused since the 1970s, the building was added to the EH Buildings at Risk Register in 2004.

FMA assisted the Cleveland Pool Trust to obtain English Heritage grant support in 2009, and subsequently prepared a comprehensive Options Appraisal that investigated the technical issues as well as assisting the client in the preparation of a robustly researched business plan. The proposal to return the pools to use as a leisure pool and heritage visitor destination was recently awarded a £4.5million HLF grant.

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