Alderbury Village Hall
Alderbury Village Hall is located a few miles south of Salisbury. It is a Reema prefab first erected in the late 1950s, with subsequent additions made over the years to improve facilities and to create the adjacent, and now adjoined, Social Club which was built in the 1970s. The buildings are well used and provide a number of facilities to the village, however, as Alderbury has grown, the size of the village hall is now somewhat inadequate. The Parish Council is looking to improve the current facilities to enable better use whilst also providing new facilities to the local community.
Our proposals include extensions to house a new kitchen for the Social Club, with a multipurpose room and treatment room for the Village Hall. Other minor improvements will be made internally with a revamp of the external aesthetics through the use of render, cladding and new windows where budget allows.
The scheme is currently in for planning consideration.
CLIENT: Alderbury Parish Council