Patchway Town Council are extremely pleased to announce that work on the redevelopment of Norman Scott Park Pavilion is to begin this year.
Patchway Town Council have appointed contractors Melhuish and Saunders to carry out the redevelopment which will see the old building removed and a new modern facility be erected in it’s place. The project will see over £1.2 million be invested into this new community facility. £400,000 will come from Section 106 monies and the rest will be funded by Patchway Town Council.
This development will see a single-storey pavilion be built which will have four unisex changing rooms, two official rooms, a cafeteria with indoor and outdoor seating as well as a small office for the Town Council to use. The project is expected to be finished in the latter stages of Autumn 2022.
Mayor of Patchway, Councillor Jon Butler stated:
‘The Town Council are so pleased to see that work on the new Pavilion at Scott Park will be commencing this year. This project has been in the pipeline for a while and we cannot wait to have this new facility for Patchway. This modern space will be an asset for the whole community to use, 7 days a week and we hope to welcome you all in to our new building very soon’.
Chairman of The Parks, Open Spaces, Planning and Transport committee, Councillor Roger Loveridge said this on the new developments at Scott Park:
‘6 years ago, Patchway & Charlton Hayes Community Sports Association applied for and won a S106 grant to improve the Sports Facilities at Scott Park in Patchway. It is with great pleasure, with the help of Patchway Town Council, that we are able to see this final part of the money be used for the new pavilion. This will not only benefit the array of sports teams we have in Scott Park but will also be a real community hub for our residents’.