New plans are available of the proposed massive redevelopment of Hampstead School. These redevelopments appear to be entirely necessary as at least one of the main buildings is currently subsiding. The submitted plans themselves say that “The school’s facilities need renewal. A number of the buildings are in a poor condition.”

Hampstead School in Cricklewood has around 1,300 pupils at present, and if these plans go ahead they will be able to enjoy new and state-of-the-art facilities like a sport-centre, two all-weather pitches, a drama studio, a dining hall, an assembly hall, and improved music and science facilities. The massive redesign also includes a new, modern teaching block and more play areas. Funded by the Education Funding Agency this promises to be a huge, and rather important, project for both the school and Camden Council.

Read more at http://www.hamhigh.co.uk/news/education/first_look_images_of_hampstead_school_redevelopment_1_4030548