Update on Trinity Hall

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Feasibility Study and Funding for Trinity Hall

In March 2024, Adams & Sutherland completed the feasibility study for our new building Trinity Hall, a Victorian former school purchased by Project Art Works in November 2022.

Funded by The Architecture Heritage Fund, the feasibility study explores ways that the site can develop and serve the charity and our communities.

Image courtesy of Adams & Sutherland

The feasibility study explores how we can improve Trinity Hall prioritising environmental sustainability, efficient use of the building, and improved physical access. The study considers how Project Art Works and our communities would use all of the spaces across Trinity Hall in the future, and makes recommendations on how we can increase wider community use.

As a much-loved Victorian era building located in a residential area, the feasibility study considers how improvements to Trinity Hall can be undertaken whilst still retaining its character and heritage.

Download the feasibility study of Trinity Hall here.

Architecture Heritage Fund

Levelling Up Partnership Funding Announcement

Also in March 2024, Project Art Works was awarded £818,000 from the Levelling Up Partnership Fund for Hastings.

The funding will help us to carry out improvement works to Trinity Hall and the neighbouring building The Arches.

This will help our charity to have safe accessible spaces for local children and adults with support needs where they can participate in our creative programmes, where families and carers can develop specialist skills, employ local creatives, educate the cultural, health and social care, academic and heritage sectors on inclusive creative practice. The funding will also allow Project Art Works to retain a house for families at risk of otherwise living in insecure or temporary accommodation.

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