Hanwell Community Centre

Hanwell Community Centre in West London occupies the only remaining former district school built during the late 19th century to provide a home for the children of poor families in London.

Following it’s closure in 1933, the centre was converted to use as a Community Centre providing much needed facilities for the local population but through lack of funding and general neglect through the 1980’s and 90’s was in desperate need of repair. The practice was approached to prepare a development strategy and master plan for its regeneration in 2009.

The regeneration strategy involved a forward plan to complete immediate repairs to the fabric of the building as well as the general refurbishment of the Community Centre facilities. The practice completed a conservation management plan to ensure that the works were carried out sensitively with respect to the listed status of the building.

Hanwell Community Centre in West London occupies the only remaining former district school built during the late 19th century to provide a home for the children of poor families in London.

Following it’s closure in 1933, the building was converted to use as a Community Centre providing much needed facilities for the local population but through lack of funding and general neglect through the 1980’s and 90’s was in desperate need of repair. The practice was approached to prepare a development strategy and master plan for its regeneration in 2009.

The regeneration strategy involved a forward plan to complete immediate repairs to the fabric of the building as well as the general refurbishment of the Community Centre facilities. The practice completed a conservation management plan to ensure that the works were carried out sensitively with respect to the listed status of the building.

Hanwell Community Centre in West London occupies the only remaining former district school built during the late 19th century to provide a home for the children of poor families in London.

Following it’s closure in 1933, the building was converted to use as a Community Centre providing much needed facilities for the local population but through lack of funding and general neglect through the 1980’s and 90’s was in desperate need of repair. The practice was approached to prepare a development strategy and master plan for its regeneration in 2009.

The regeneration strategy involved a forward plan to complete immediate repairs to the fabric of the building as well as the general refurbishment of the Community Centre facilities. The practice completed a conservation management plan to ensure that the works were carried out sensitively with respect to the listed status of the building.

Hanwell Community Centre in West London occupies the only remaining former district school built during the late 19th century to provide a home for the children of poor families in London.

Following it’s closure in 1933, the building was converted to use as a Community Centre providing much needed facilities for the local population but through lack of funding and general neglect through the 1980’s and 90’s was in desperate need of repair. The practice was approached to prepare a development strategy and master plan for its regeneration in 2009.

The regeneration strategy involved a forward plan to complete immediate repairs to the fabric of the building as well as the general refurbishment of the Community Centre facilities. The practice completed a conservation management plan to ensure that the works were carried out sensitively with respect to the listed status of the building.

Hanwell Community Centre in West London occupies the only remaining former district school built during the late 19th century to provide a home for the children of poor families in London.

Following it’s closure in 1933, the building was converted to use as a Community Centre providing much needed facilities for the local population but through lack of funding and general neglect through the 1980’s and 90’s was in desperate need of repair. The practice was approached to prepare a development strategy and master plan for its regeneration in 2009.

The regeneration strategy involved a forward plan to complete immediate repairs to the fabric of the building as well as the general refurbishment of the Community Centre facilities. The practice completed a conservation management plan to ensure that the works were carried out sensitively with respect to the listed status of the building.