LOM worked on the feasibility stage to planning for a new classroom block, refurbishment of existing facilities and a masterplan for the rest of the college.
The campus suffers from an awkward layout, split in two by a carpark, with a number of isolated mobile classrooms that are in poor condition and a main entrance that is difficult to find.
The college now has a new teaching block with 8 dual aspect classrooms, a fitness suite with associated changing facilities and a new refurbished student common room linking the new building with the existing school. The common room provides a much needed connection to the existing dining and sports facilities completing the social hub of the campus.
The build is clearly visible from the road and provides an important statement of the development aspirations of the college envisaged by the masterplan – the future vision of the site