Paddock Wood Town Council is looking to raise awareness of the new community centre project and seek resident’s views. It is proposed to build the community centre on part of the Memorial Field and is expected to cost in the region of £1.5 million – £2 million. The design will incorporate a number of multi-use halls, pre-school and outside space.
The Town Council recently appointed the Frankham Consultancy Group as architects for the project, following a rigorous procurement exercise.
Architect, Andrew Clarke, will be working on the project and has over 20 years experience working with local authorities. He is used to delivering projects within tight budgets, and on time.
Residents are invited to meet with representatives of the project group on Saturday 4th November between 10 am and 1 pm outside Paddock Wood Library, Commercial Road.
The architect, project manager and councillors will be present and you will have the opportunity to discuss your ideas with them. This public consultation exercise will also enable residents to leave their comments which will be taken into account before options start to be developed.
Chairman of Paddock Wood Town Council, Cllr Elizabeth Thomas said
“As Chairman of Paddock Wood Town Council I am asking for your help in order to achieve the community centre you want.
So please pop along to the library, take part and give us your views. You can influence the design of the community centre.
WE NEED YOU!”