THE Launceston Indoor Sports Arena is set to undergo a big change if it wins council approval to install 41 trampolines and a laser tag gaming facility.
The centre has five indoor courts - four of which are planned to be replaced by trampolines and one replaced by laser tag.
The laser tag facility will have a 25-person capacity over a 521-square metre area.
The public has 10 more days to respond to a development application from sports arena owner Anthony Whitehead on the change of use at the sports arena.
The Launceston City Council imposed a lease requirement on Tennis Tasmania that the indoor courts continue to be used as well as new outdoor courts opened a few years ago.
Aldermen last month decided to relax the centre's lease requirements following a request to do so from Tennis Tasmania, which relinquished Mr Whitehead from the lease obligation.
Former sports arena owner Denis Tucker argued on behalf of Mr Whitehead that the indoor courts were used less and needed to be replaced with something more commercially viable.
Two indoor courts will be retained as will four outdoor children's courts.