After being approached by ProHelp, Chaplin Farrant were engaged by the WLVH Trustees to provide a new community facility.
The project involved the demolition of an exiting pre-fabricated hall and the construction of a new timber framed facility. The new hall benefits from increases levels of insulation, air source heating and solar panels on the roof which all help to reduce the long term running costs.
The hall provides much needed space for community activities, together with an upgraded kitchen, welfare facilities and carpark.
The 'Hall for All' was the runner up in two categories, Community and Community Building in the EDP Pride in Norfolk Awards, and commended in the Norfolk Association of Architects Craftsmanship Awards and winner of the Broadland Design Award (non-residential).