Elleray Hall reprovision
The future of Elleray Hall.
For the past 45 years, Elleray Hall has been a place where local people can take part in a range of activities run by Elleray Community Association. The services remain an integral part of the Council’s support for older people. However, the building in which they are based is increasingly difficult and expensive to maintain. Thousands of pounds is spent every year heating the non-energy efficient building.
For the last few years the Council has been developing new proposals for the centre. The vision for the new Community Centre is for it to be at the heart of the local community. It will continue to offer core services for older residents, but also allowing and encouraging a wider range of groups and individuals to use the centre, enabled by a more flexible design. The Council have also been developing proposals for a linked affordable housing scheme, first consulted on in February 2020.
The new Community Centre will be relocated to the nearby Council owned former depot and North Lane (East) car park, while the current Elleray site will be used for the housing scheme.
On 18 February 2021 the Council’s Finance, Policy and Resources Committee approved the capital funding to deliver a new Community Centre. The Committee also approved the use of Council and grant funding to enable the delivery of an affordable housing scheme on the current Elleray Hall site.
From Wednesday 10 March to Sunday 11 April 2021 (please note the closing date had been extended) the Council is engaging on the latest designs. This period of engagement gives users of the centre and the public the opportunity to comment on the latest proposals for the Community Centre and affordable housing scheme ahead of a planning application being submitted in the summer.
Please find below the engagement boards and elevation drawings, please review these before filling out the questionnaire.
- Design boards (pdf, 5.3 MB)
- Community Centre elevation (pdf, 1.9 MB)
- Housing elevation (pdf, 4.6 MB)
In addition, two online sessions were held, where the architect presented the designs followed by a Q&A.
These sessions will be held on:
Frequently asked questions
Read answers to frequently asked questions (pdf, 142 KB) on the future Elleray Hall.
Documentation from previous consultation can be found here:
- Results of this engagement (pdf, 671 KB)
- Proposals (pdf, 3.6 MB)
- Read the feasibility study (pdf, 11.2 MB)
- Read the initial parking survey feedback (pdf, 3.3 MB)
If you have any queries regarding the proposals in Teddington, or if you know of someone who would be interested in completing the questionnaire but is not online, email email@example.com.
Up to: Regeneration projects
Updated: 09 April 2021