Lambeth BSF - Norwood and Dunraven Schools

Transforming secondary education and reducing the shortage of school places


The Lambeth BSF programme was designed to rebuild or substantially refurbish every secondary school in the borough. It's intention was to transform secondary education and reduce the shortage of school places in the area.

Norwood school is a 750 pupil secondary school constructed in the 1960's. The school is being substantially refurbished and prefunded as part of the now defunct Building Schools for the Future programme. When refurbishment is complete the school will strengthen its specialisation in Performing and Visual Arts. The student roll will be increased to 1000, including an expanded sixth form.

'Tully De'Ath have provided transport statements and school travel plans for both Norwood and Dunraven Schools.'

The project will include a new biomass boiler facility and improvements to the fabric, all helping a BREEAM 'Very Good' rating to be achieved.

Dunraven school is situated in a former teacher training college and adult eduation centre and has some areas that are in urgent need of refurbishment, such as the prefab classrooms on the Lower School site, the single storey teaching block and the old Gym in Upper School.

Tully De'Ath have provided transport statements and school travel plans for both Norwood and Dunraven Schools. We have also provided flood risk analysis for the Dunraven school site.

Lambeth BSF - Norwood and Dunraven Schools Project Details

Client
Lambeth Council


Architect
Barron and Smith Architects


Contract Value
£13m


Stage
Completion due in 2013