DWD has successfully obtained Full Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for the change of use of 9 New Road, Rochester, from an office (B1 Use Class) to a school (D1 Use Class) for Trinity School and College, Rochester. The school currently occupy 10- 13 New Road and the additional accommodation will enable the school to provide enhanced learning facilities for the pupils.
As part of the application a number of internal and external alterations were consented including landscaping works, replacement windows, CCTV cameras and the creation of internal openings to connect the existing school buildings and enable pupils to more easily move between classrooms.
Trinity School and College specialises in teaching children and young people aged 6 to 25 with a diagnosis of anxiety, speech, language and communication difficulties, including dyslexia, dyspraxia, high-functioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. Trinity is also recognised for meeting the needs of young people with anxiety.
The work was undertaken alongside project managers and architects LXA.