Sportscotland is aiming to deliver sport for all with its new £12m state of the art Inverclyde Centre.
It will be a world class training facility for athletes at all levels of physical and sensory ability.
The centre has been created with inclusivity in mind for athletes and spectators, visitors and employees with wider corridors, door frames and communal areas.
All equipment and facilities have been designed and selected for ease of adaption to the different needs of individual athletes including cardio and weights suite, multi purpose sports hall, gymnastics hall, sports grounds and pitches, and a four hole golf practice facility scheduled for 2018.
A spokesperson for Sportscotland said:” Inverclyde has been synonymous with excellence in gymnastics for a long time and we are continuing that tradition. Our dedicated gymnastics hall has been fully refurbished with improved foam pitted areas and the complete range of women’s and men’s international standard gymnastic apparatus. 
“To that we have added brand new fitness facilities, and completely refurbished the existing sports hall. The air-conditioned fitness facilities are available to all users.”
The inclusive fitness and physical preparation area includes; cardiovascular fitness suite, free and fixed pulley weights, dedicated platform weights, three lane 20m spring track.The centre includes two studios suitable for a range of uses including martial arts, and a medical room with physio table and first aid equipment for sports injury and rehab use.
Accommodation and fitness facilities are complemented by a licenced bar, cafe, large dining room, catering provision, and meeting rooms. Together with high specification audio-visual and digital resources, including free, high-speed WI-FI, Inverclyde will provide ‘a regional and nationral venue for events, conferences and training courses.’
Sportscotland are keen to stress that it will also be a place for the local community to enjoy the facilities and activities on offer.
The facility is funded by the Scottish Government, sportscotland, and proceeds of sale of land for the schools campus.
The centre, being fully inclusive, will be the first of its kind in the UK, and will provide a wealth of opportunities for hosting national and international events.
Access routes between accommodation, ancillary areas and indoors sports facilities are described as ‘completely seamless’.