When we applied for planning permission in 2017 for the Community Centre, we had ideas from previous consultation about the local community groups who would want to use the centre and we used this to help shape the opening hours.
Construction started on site on 25th January 2019. We wanted to make sure that those living closest to the site were up to date with the project, so we delivered letter updates on Saturday 19th and Thursday 24th January 2019.
May 2018 Begun the final stage of the tendering process to select a main building contractor Launched ‘Sponsor-a-Brick‘ fundraising campaign June 2018 Securing the land: working through the legal process with William Davis Ltd for a proposal to safeguard the
When we first started work on the plans for the community centre, it included disabled facilities. During the last few months of 2017, a local resident asked us whether we could include a Changing Place within the Centre. Unfortunately,
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The centre will be designed to comply with building regulations to ensure that disabled people are able to integrate within the activities. It is the intention that the committee and centre management will not be running any of the activities
The Centre will have its own dedicated car park. We will work with residents and community groups using the centre, to tackle inconsiderate parking.
As part of the planning application process for the Grange Park Centre, the Highways Agency assessed the area and traffic levels. We will actively promote, as part of the Green Policy for the Centre, that people use alternative means of
The exact location of the proposed community centre had to be agreed between William Davis and Charnwood Borough Council as part of the Section 106 Agreement. A planning application for the proposed Grange Park Community Centre was approved by the
There are many ideas for activities and services that could be run at the centre, but nothing has been finalised as yet. Data from engagement with stakeholders and consultation activities tells us there is a need and demand for sports