We are excited to share that the Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) for the new Ardrossan Community Campus has been submitted to the Planning Authority and we are well underway with Public Consultation events being held within the local area to get feedback on the proposed facilities and design.
The new Community Campus at the North Shore site in Ardrossan will be the first part of wider development on the disused former Shell site, transforming the previously industrialised land into a new healthy, environmentally conscious, low-carbon landscape.
The development will provide huge educational benefits for pupils and new facilities for the local community. The school will be for children aged 2 to 18, formed by the merger of Ardrossan Academy and Winton Primary School and Early Years Class. The Campus will also provide community facilities including a library and swimming & leisure facilities.
jmarchitects and design team have developed proposals for a new state of the art facility for school pupils, staff and the wider community which also fits with the council’s drive to becoming net-zero.
This new building will transform the learning experience for school children and also offers lifelong learning for the community of Ardrossan and the wider area. On this site, with stunning views to Arran, the building will create a new destination for the local community and a catalyst for regenerating the North Shore area.
Credit: Adrian Wishart, jmarchitects Edinburgh
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