Hillingdon Council has approved the redevelopment of the Rosedale College site to provide improved teaching and sports facilities.

The proposed works include the demolition and renovation of existing buildings, the erection of two new buildings, a plant room, social and dining canopies, multi-use games areas, sports fields and football pitches, a new parking area and the provision of associated infrastructure.

The primary driver is to design and deliver new buildings for Rosedale College, which will be funded as part of the school rebuilding programme (SRP). The Department for Education (DfE) manages the SRP and allocates capital funding for major rebuilding and refurbishment projects at school and sixth-form college buildings across England. Rosedale College has been identified as a priority School due to the age and condition of the existing 1960s buildings approaching the end of their usable life span.

The project involves:

  •  Bouygues UK, are the applicant
  • Stride Treglown, the architects and planning consultants.
  • NVB Landscape, the landscape architects.



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