hampton hill c c

Visual of new clubhouse

Visual of new clubhouse with shutters. Designed with regard to maximum security on site.

Hampton Hill C C

ECB VIDEO

Hampton Hill C C is over 150 years old and is proud of its position in the local community as a sporting and social resource. Sadly on October 8th 2010 the club was the subject of an arson attack that left the clubhouse in ruins and treasured club possessions lost forever. Fortunately the building was insured and plans are in place for the replacement building that will hopefully include enhancements to facilities during this process. A project team was established to construct a new clubhouse on the same site to continue the long history of the club as a sport and community facility with Macdonald Design appointed at the end of 2010.

Following this appointment, the project team embarked upon a consultation exercise with a host of Local and National organisations including The Royal Parks, The ECB, Middlesex County Cricket Club, Surrey County Cricket Club (the club’s  league teams play in the Surrey County League), The London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames and a host of Local Associations and Organisations. The brief was to design a new clubhouse that meets the requirements of all of these parties as well as those of Hampton Hill Cricket Club.

As with any clubhouse looking to receive ECB grant-aid funding, the design has had to abide by TS5, the ECB document that stipulates a certain criteria by which each new clubhouse is designed. These factors have now been met and a design has been agreed upon by all with special consideration given to the need to ensure high security for the pavilion with shutters in place throughout.

The project has now secured planning and is now undergoing a tender process with a number of contractors. The visuals above illustrate how the pavilion will look upon completion and will restore HHCC to its iconic position in Bushy Park.

We will be updating on the project progress via our blog and with through regular photo updates posted on this page.
The links for the blog are below:

BLOG ONE – GETTING DESIGN APPROVAL
BLOG TWO – CONVERTING TRADITIONAL DESIGN INTO SIPS