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Chartered Builders, Greendale Construction Limited, has secured a 27 week, £305k contract with Alderbury Parish Council to build an extension to Alderbury village hall, Wiltshire.  The extension will house a new kitchen for the social club, with a multipurpose room, a treatment room and an extended kitchen for the village hall.  Additional minor improvements will be made internally with a revamp of the external aesthetics through the use of render, cladding and new windows.

Located just 5 miles from Salisbury, Alderbury village hall is a Reema prefab first erected in the late 1950s, with subsequent additions made over the years to improve facilities and to create the Social Club which was built in the 1970s. The village hall is a hub of activity, providing a number of facilities for the village.

Rob Hooker, Director, Greendale Construction Limited, commented: “Alderbury is a popular village which has grown considerably since the original village hall was constructed in the 1950s, and therefore, the size of the building is now somewhat inadequate. Alderbury Parish Council is looking to improve the current facilities to enable better use, whilst also providing new facilities to the local community.  We look forward to working with Barclay Phillips Architects on this project in order to deliver a much improved building for the benefit of the villagers and all who use it.”

Elaine Hartford, Chair of Alderbury Parish Council, commented: “We have been working towards this project for the last two years and we are now really pleased that the construction work is underway. The majority of the costs are being funded by the community levy from the housing development at Matrons College Farm. The extended and refurbished building will provide a number of flexible spaces that will greatly improve the community facilities in the village.”

Article published by BPA member 1078.

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