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Planning submitted for new Barton Court School

Noviun are pleased to announce planning has been submitted for the new Barton Court School in Canterbury.

The new school will be developed on the former Chaucer Technology School site, replacing the derelict school buildings with a modern, purpose built secondary and sixth form building.

The school will cater for pupils aged between 11 and 19 years and will include a brand new building with accompanying sports block, multi-use games area (MUGA), grass sports pitches and extensive landscaping.

Included in the design, facilities will provide for catering technology, textiles, hair, beauty and therapy, art and 3D design, digital technologies, business and finance, IT and health and social care.

The internal design of the project has been developed around 4 central 3-storey atrium’s creating vertical connectivity as well as providing excellently lit central spaces.

Barton Court School Atrium

Planning Submitted for new Barton Court School

A mix of robust and modern design features have been incorporated into the external composition of the building, ensuring a striking aesthetic for all users of the new School.

Students last left the Chaucer Technology site four years ago, leaving a mix of derelict buildings and rubble on the site.

The former school opened on the site in Spring Lane in September 1967, where it has remained ever since.

Follow along at our News Page for further developments on this exciting project.

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Andy is heavily involved in the Information Management delivery within the office and is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the management of information processes within a BIM environment on all projects across the practice.