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Sands End Arts and Community Centre

 January 2020 update on the Sands End Arts and Community Centre.

 

It has been a while since Friends of South Park (FoSP) has been able to give you an update on the progress of the Sands End Arts and Community Centre (SEACC).We can all see that on the other side of walls surrounding SEACC building work is progressing, but we cannot give you any photographs, FoSP is not allowed access.

 

FoSP is very supportive of the SEACC project but at the moment we do not have any more recent information about the future plans for SEACC other than information published by H&F in September 2019. https://www.lbhf.gov.uk/articles/news/2018/07/sands-end-arts-and-community-centre-wins-major-architecture-award

 

Construction

 

In early January 2020, Neilcott Construction published a newsletter. Please click on the PDF 

 April  2019 Press release from Hammersmith and Fulham Council

Building work will soon start on the new Sands End Arts and Community Centre.

The brand new centre will be built in and around the currently disused Clancarty Lodge in South Park, Fulham. Construction of the new building is expected to start in June and the new centre is scheduled to open next year, providing a new community resource to replace the former centre in Broughton Road.

All this is being done at no cost to residents after H&F Council secured funding from Thames Tideway and Chelsea FC.

Construction of the new building is expected to start in late 2019 and the new centre is scheduled to open in late 2020, providing a new community resource to replace the former centre in Broughton Road.

All this is being done at no cost to residents. Thames Tideway is providing £2m as part of its community investment and Chelsea FC is providing up to £1.6m as part of its community contribution around its stadium redevelopment.

If you have any questions about the work, please email the council’s project team.

Email  SandsEndACC@lbhf.gov.uk

Website  lbhf.gov.uk/arts-and-parks/sands-end-arts-and-community-centre

1st of July 2019 and work has started - The gates are open.

22nd August 2019. The pre-built wooden frame has arrived and the new building is starting to take shape.