Conservation Managment Plans
(CMP) that set out the repairs required to restore the old Chapel and Pavilion and future maintenance requirements are now available. See here
CMP. These documents, agreed between the developers and Brighton and Hove City Council, will support and inform consideration of how these buildings will be used in the future.
The developers have just advised that followinng following removal of interior structures, the team will demolish buildings as follows;
8-12 June. Headmaster’s house
15-19 June. Computer block
22-26 June. Design classrooms and science block
29 June-10 July. Toilets, swimming pool and other ancillary buildings.
13 July onwards. The school buildings not to be retained (see demolition map below).
Early-mid August demolition to finish.
It is important to note that this is a rough guide only which may change as the work progresses. For safety reasons, the demolition contractors anticipate that the Twitten will require a temporary closure for one week whilst the structures closest to it are taken down. Thus will probably be towards the middle to end of July. Prior notice will be given once an exact date is set.
A map showing the buldings to be demolished is
The Demolition Phase Agreement
During the demolition phase of the work Brighton and Hove City Council and Rottingdean Parish Council will be working closely with Fairfax Properties and the demolitionn contractor to ensure that disruption to the village is kept to a minimum. This will include regular meetings and site visits.
As part of the the planning permission, certain conditions for the demolition have been agreed to manage the local impact. These cover how noise and dust will be managed, how entry and exit from the site will be arranged, the routing of demolition traffixc through the village and how any road or path closures will be managed.
A summary of the agreement is
The full agreement is contained in the
Demolition Environmental Management Plan