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Parish Developments

The Allhallows Parish Council is seeking Planning Permission for two developments on land they own. External funding is available and will need to be topped up by further grants before they can be fully built and completed

Cross Park

Part of the proposals for the extension of Kingsmead/Allhallows Park Residential Chalet site to include additional chalets, included a s106 (Planning Commitment) to part fund an extension of the community facilities on the Cross Park site (for the benefit of the new tenant/owners and the village. There has already been a start, with the stone car park being extended and surfaced (to be completed with a top surface when construction of the additional building is completed). 

The new hall would provide a large hall for indoor sports (e.g. indoor short-mat bowls), entertainment and community space, with an upstairs lounge and balcony overlooking the outside sports/events and the internal stage/events area. This will be build behind the existing Pavilion, which will continue alongside the new hall.

Changing rooms will be provided for both indoor and outdoor activities and the "portacabin" that was placed on-site by the football team will be removed.

See planning application MC/24/2729 for details 

The Community Café is now being operated by Roses Tea Room on 5 days a week and extended opening hours. 

Proposed Elevations Proposed Elevations
Block Plan Block Plan

The Brimp (Youth Centre)

The existing building was always temporary when donated to the Parish Council many years ago. It was used as a base for the Scouts in Allhallows but then used by the Allhallows Youth Club. Activities on the site continue to expand and the Brick Store on the site was converted into a usable building (not just a store) and plans for an extension was approved in recent years. it is currently being used by a local film production group). the main building has been maintained and repaired with a great deal of assistance by the Medway Young Offenders Group who continue to carry out valuable work to keep it operational, but it is really approaching the end of its life.

New Proposal - The Whose Hoo Heritage Lottery Fund will be carrying out Heritage, Environmental and community projects across the Hoo Peninsula with RSPB, Slough Fort, Medway Council, Kent County Council and Parish Councils in the area, and have identified the need for buildings for use by the projects. The main central location is likely to by Deangate Ridge (old Golf Course) and an admin location at the Brimp is being proposed. It would continue as a Youth Centre alongside these uses.

The Heritage Lottery Fund bid includes funds to replace the existing building with a new brick-built replacement at the rear of the site.  Additional funds are likely to be required to complete this.

The Planning Application is MC/23/2634

Site Location Plan Site Location Plan
Block Plan/Elevations Block Plan/Elevations