DG One centre independent inquiry remit examined
Councillors are meeting to agree the remit of an inquiry into construction faults at a £17m leisure centre.
The "independent, comprehensive and unfettered" investigation into the DG One project in Dumfries will cost about £250,000.
It will look at a wide range of issues affecting the flagship building.
A proposed timetable for the inquiry would see a full report delivered to Dumfries and Galloway Council by March next year.
DG One opened in 2008 but had to close completely in 2014 after suffering a string of problems.
A long-running legal wrangle meant it took nearly two years before the council reached a settlement with original contractors to allow the current repairs project to begin with a different firm.
However, that £10m remedial programme is set to run at least £3m over budget after further problems with the building emerged.