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The Perivale Residents' Association clubhouse lies at the heart of Perivale, providing a social and sports centre for the community. Its the only licensed bar in Perivale ward north of the A40. But currently its dated and worn inside, suffering from years of underinvestment and neglect.
We plan to advance the project in 3 stages:
Resurface the old tennis court surface near the building with a new cork surface
Resurface the potholed perimeter footpath
Create effective storage for sports and maintenance equipment
Improve lighting around the perimeter of the building
Redecorate the Perivale Residents Association bar area
Create a Perivale heritage room
Create a new kitchen area for serving food as well as drinks
Restore the building's unique heritage clock
Restore and remodel the changing rooms and toilets in the building
Turn the flat roof of the single storey west wing of the building into a sports viewing area possibly together with a cafe concession
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
Despite lying at the geographical heart of Perivale and being a local social and sports club for residents the historic Perivale Residents' Association clubhouse (PRA) and surrounding land is in a poor state of repair and the interior dated and shabby.
Perivale as a ward is home to 15,000 people but only has two licensed bars. The PRA is one and on Ealing Central Sports Ground it lies in the heart Perivale.
Yet the PRA social club has for a number of years been struggling to break even and attract new members and the clubhouse building is slowly falling into neglect and disrepair. The surrounding grounds are partly derelict and decayed including the old tennis court and neither the building or the grounds are being used to their full potential. The Council own the site and we believe that with the right investment, restoring the clubhouse and surrounding grounds will transform the Council's revenue generation from the building and do justice to the community's pride in it.
Steps to get it done:
About the space
Clubhouse building and surrounding area
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