Crayford Town Hall

Crayford Town Hall, Crayford, Kent

This scheme was the first phase of a five phase development to transform Crayford Town Centre. The New centre and town hall back onto a new plaza, which has become the focal point of the town. A new smaller community hall with an outside roof terrace and a library below fronts the new plaza with a double height entrance window. Also fronting the plaza are some of the new 145 dwellings created as part of the scheme. The development incorporates sustainable features such as solar panels, green roofs, reusable water collection and biomass boilers.

Architect/Client: Alan Camp Architects

Main contractor: Higgins Construction

Completion date: 2012

Project size: 7,000 M²

Contract value: £650,000

Contracted works: Project Details: Over 7000m² of Nord Bitumi Duratec structural waterproofing was installed to the Plaza, courtyards, balconies, walkways and main roof areas. The main roof areas were finished with Nordtherm XPS Insulation and Eco Nord Biodiverse green roofs whilst the Plaza and courtyard was finished with a mixture of soft and hard landscaping.


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