Burrelton Village Hall Feasibility Study

The existing village hall at Burrelton was built in the 1920's and is used for a variety of community activities. However the hall is no longer fit for purpose and needs to be updated for a variety of reasons including lack of disability access, high heating costs and on-going problems with damp. A high quotation was received for work which included rewiring, a new heating system, an extension to provide a meeting room, and refurbished WC's, an accessible WC and entrance, insulation, re-roofing, an improved kitchen and extra storage. However, the Village Hall Committee felt that this substantial investment would not necessarily give the village the facilities it needed. Ecological Architecture were appointed to undertake a Feasibility Study to explore, in addition to a revised refurbishment programme for the existing hall, the possibility of demolishing it and providing a new hall on the same site.



 
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Aug 18, 2017

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