MEET THEARCHITECTSDUGGAN MORRISStaff, learners and stakeholders wereinvited to meet the architects, DugganMorris on 21st &...
RACC
RACCIntroduction/Business Strategy-    RACC Review of Business Strategy-    Loss of government funding for adult learning-...
Strategic Vision                                              01-     An adult learning campus-     A centre of excellence...
Design TeamDuggan Morris ArchitectsSkelly and CouchElliott WoodCapita Symonds
Duggan MorrisArchitectsKey1 - Alfriston School2 - St Giles School3 - South London and Maudsley LearningCentre             ...
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Capita Symonds                               Project Manager“Capita Symonds is one of the UK’s largest multi-facetedconsul...
Vision for the projectThe project will be defined by:        It will:- Community Engagement                 - Meet RACC’s ...
Location                            01Parkshot, Richmond                      03                           02Key1 - Site B...
Accessibility                                             02       05       04        07   03Key1 - Richmond Rail Station ...
Local Context                                                                     10   13   02 07   01 03    04   14 11 06...
Local buildingsCharacterVariety of local building styles with a widevariety of uses.Residential/Commercial/Theatre/Library...
Existing BuildingsRACC Parkshot                                   01   02Key1 - Parkshot, Edwardian Building2 - Richmond B...
Things to Consider...                                                                  01   02   03   04   05 06   07Key1 ...
RACC Consultation                                         NEW BUILD                                         CONSULTATION M...
FeedbackEthos andAtmosphereSummary of key points-     The move to one site will create a better service to      learners a...
Feedback                                                                                   Richmond                       ...
FeedbackShared SpaceSummary of key points-     Outdoor areas similar to Clifden      for relaxation and curriculum      us...
FeedbackInformationand LearningTechnologySummary of key points-     Create information rich      environments through     ...
Next Steps                                                          01   02   03   04   05Existing SiteAnalysis           ...
Next StepsIdentify UnderusedAreasKey1 - Boiler House                                            01   02   03   042 - Studi...
Next Steps                                                              1.Key Moves                                       ...
OptionsMasterplan 01Maximum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentGround Floor                      First Floor   Second FloorKey       N...
OptionsMasterplan 017B Parkshot refurbished withnew liftNew teaching space at 7BParkshotNew link through RBSRefurbished Qu...
OptionsMasterplan 01Maximum 7B Parkshot Development                                                           Entrance Are...
OptionsMasterplan 01Maximum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentFirst Floor                          Richmond        Accessible        ...
OptionsMasterplan 01Maximum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentSecond Floor                      Richmond                             ...
OptionsMasterplan 02Minimum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentGround Floor                      First Floor   Second FloorKey       N...
OptionsMasterplan 027B Parkshot refurbished withnew liftRefurbished Queen CharlotteHallRefurbished second hallRefurbished	...
OptionsMasterplan 02Minimum 7B Parkshot Development                                                           Entrance Are...
OptionsMasterplan 02Minimum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentFirst Floor                          Richmond        Accessible        ...
OptionsMasterplan 02Minimum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentSecond Floor                      Richmond                             ...
OptionsMasterplan 03Allocate budget for purchasing 7b toredevelopment of ParkshotGround Floor                           Fi...
OptionsMasterplan 03Refurbished Queen CharlotteHallRefurbished second hallRefurbished	ground	floor	reception and courtyard...
OptionsMasterplan 03Allocate budget for purchasing 7b toredevelopment of Parkshot                                         ...
OptionsMasterplan 03Allocate budget for purchasing 7b toredevelopment of Parkshot                                         ...
OptionsMasterplan 03Allocate budget for purchasing 7b toredevelopment of Parkshot                                       Ri...
What Happens Next?21st/22nd 30th Nov                   9th Dec                   12th Dec               2nd Jan           ...
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Staff, learners and stakeholders at RACC were invited to meet the architects, Duggan Morris on 21st & 22nd November 2011 to hear about the feedback, views and factors from the local environment that will inform the design process.

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  1. 1. MEET THEARCHITECTSDUGGAN MORRISStaff, learners and stakeholders wereinvited to meet the architects, DugganMorris on 21st & 22nd November 2011to hear about the feedback, views andfactors from the local environmentthat will inform the design process.
  2. 2. RACC
  3. 3. RACCIntroduction/Business Strategy- RACC Review of Business Strategy- Loss of government funding for adult learning- Need to make efficiency gains - Safeguard adult learning in Richmond and surrounding areas
  4. 4. Strategic Vision 01- An adult learning campus- A centre of excellence for adult learning, training and personal development- Accessible Richmond location- Responding to the needs of the local community 02Key1 - Parkshot Site - Richmond2 - Clifden Site - Twickenham
  5. 5. Design TeamDuggan Morris ArchitectsSkelly and CouchElliott WoodCapita Symonds
  6. 6. Duggan MorrisArchitectsKey1 - Alfriston School2 - St Giles School3 - South London and Maudsley LearningCentre 01New Build projects:4 - Yew Tree Lodge5 - Frobisher house6 - Kings GroveRefurbishment projects:7 - Hampstead Lane8 - Maple Place
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  9. 9. Capita Symonds Project Manager“Capita Symonds is one of the UK’s largest multi-facetedconsultancies, delivering property and infrastructure projectson a local, national and international scale and is providingProject Management, Cost Management and BREEAMconsultancy services for the RACC Parkshopt DevelopmentProject.”Skelly and Couch M+E Engineer“Skelly & Couch LLP is a new, young and exciting firm of building environment and services engineering consultantsfounded by two former Partners from Max Fordham LLP,Mark Skelly and Tristan Couch. The firm’s primary market 01focus is to provide fully coordinated innovative designs forbespoke projects.”Elliott Wood Structural Engineer“Founded in 1994, Elliott Wood Partnership is a designfocused practice providing elegant and sustainable structuraland civil engineering solutions for a wide range of clients andsectors.”Key1 - St John’s School, Leatherhead, M+EEngineering by Skelly and Couch
  10. 10. Vision for the projectThe project will be defined by: It will:- Community Engagement - Meet RACC’s strategic vision for a one site College based in Richmond- Access - Make more effective use of the- Inclusion and Flexibility existing accommodation- A Greater Sense of Presence in the - Operate in a sustainable and energyMinds of Local Users efficient space- Upgrading the Quality of the Site - Provide flexible learning spaces to cater for future changes in curriculum- Improving its relationship to theStreet - Create subject specialist areas to support the growth of curriculum- Creating a Building of Repute and strengthsStanding - Meet timescale requirements of the land sale agreement for the Clifden site -Be accessible to learners of all abilities
  11. 11. Location 01Parkshot, Richmond 03 02Key1 - Site Boundary2 - Twickenham Road3 - Parkshot
  12. 12. Accessibility 02 05 04 07 03Key1 - Richmond Rail Station 08 012 - Old Deer Car Park 65, 190, 371, 391, 419, 490, 493, District Line3 - Parkshot entrance H22, H37, N22, N65, R70 Overground4 - RBS entrance National Rail5 - Rear entrance6 - Vehicle entrances7 - Pedestrian routes from station8 - Bus routes
  13. 13. Local Context 10 13 02 07 01 03 04 14 11 06Key1 - Terraced housing adjacent to Magistrates Court, Parkshot2 - Modern terraced housing, Park Lane3 - Residential apartment building, opposite site, Twickenham Road4 - Detached/semi-detached cottages, Kew Foot Road5 - The Sun public house, opposite site, Parkshot6 - Orange Tree Theatre, Kew Road7 - Magistrates Court, adjacent to site8 - Typical modern office development near to site, Parkshot 12 09 059 - Kew Road/The Quadrant10 - Post Office Delivery Centre11 - The Orange Tree public house12 - Richmond Theatre13 - Residential apartment building, Park Lane14 - Residential apartments above shops, opposite site, Parkshot
  14. 14. Local buildingsCharacterVariety of local building styles with a widevariety of uses.Residential/Commercial/Theatre/Library/Cafes/Pubs
  15. 15. Existing BuildingsRACC Parkshot 01 02Key1 - Parkshot, Edwardian Building2 - Richmond Business School3 - 7b Parkshot4 - Queen Charlotte Hall 03 04
  16. 16. Things to Consider... 01 02 03 04 05 06 07Key1 - Conservation Area2 - Metropolitan Open Land - 2-storeys height limit at boundary3 - Garden/Courtyard4 - Queen Charlotte Hall protected by covenant until 2012/20135 - Residential6 - Listed buildings7 - Potentially protected trees
  17. 17. RACC Consultation NEW BUILD CONSULTATION MEETING INVITATION TO LEARNER REPRESENTATIVESCurriculum Focus Groupsof Staff and LearnersConsulted:Art and Design, Therapies, Cookery,Supported Learning, Exercise, Drama, The college is embarking upon an exciting capital development project to focus its resources onChoirs, Jazz School, Languages, to one site and create a single adult learning campus at Parkshot which will serve as a centre of excellence and beacon for adult learning.Humanities, Business and IT, Skillsfor Life, Maths and Science, Learning, In order to include a wide range of views in the new build planning process, we are holding consultation meetings with all curriculum areas and are inviting Learner Representatives to participate. Representatives can either attend one of the following meetings or complete a survey form on behalf of their class by November 4th 2011.Health and Development Focus groups are scheduled in the following areas: • Art & Design: October 17th in Clifden S12 • LHD Faculty areas with general classroom needs (Care, Counselling, Access, Teacher Training, Skills for Life, Science and Maths): October 21st, 10am in ParkshotBusiness Support Focus • LLDD: October 21st, 3pm in Parkshot • Therapies: October 21st, 1pm in ParkshotGroups Consulted in: • Cookery: October 21st, 9am in Parkshot • LHD Exercise: November 2nd, 4pm in Parkshot • Performing Arts: November 4th, 11am in Parkshot • CCS Faculty areas with general classroom needs (Humanities, Languages): November 4th, 2pm in ParkshotIT, College Information Systems, HR, • Faculty of Business and IT: November 7th, 11am in Parkshot Learner Representatives who would like to attend a focus group should contactFinance, Estates, Client Services, cheryl.hanshaw@racc.ac.ukLearning Resource Centres, Exams, Completed survey forms should be returned to newcampus@racc.ac.ukMarketing
  18. 18. FeedbackEthos andAtmosphereSummary of key points- The move to one site will create a better service to learners and the community- It will improve communication, team work and efficiency- The new campus design should celebrate and support curriculum strengths- The building should be open to everyone and represent the organisational values of social responsibility and community inclusion- It should have a welcoming entrance area with a cafe bar and gallery areas 01- Discrete help points for information, advice and guidance should be easily accessible- The building should be as ‘green ‘ as possible- Bike racks should be relocated from ClifdenKey1 - New Campus for Central St Martins, London, by Stanton WilliamsArchitects2 - Green roof at 3a Hampstead Lane, London, by Duggan MorrisArchitects 02
  19. 19. Feedback Richmond BusinessBuilding Layout School Learning ResourceSummary of key points Centre Supported Learning and- Core: the gateway to the college, accessible Therapies Independent Suite to the public with access to all curriculum Living areas Centre- Curriculum Hubs: Clearly defined areas that require subject related design features e.g. Drama, Art School, Therapies Richmond CORE Cafe- IAG and enrolment: IAG and enrolment School of Art and Design distinct areas with access to reception Gallery IAG- RBS and Learning Resource Centre: The layout of the Learning Resource Centre should be reviewed to enable it to offer the Reception range of services available at Clifden that Admin and Richmond support both teaching and learning. Enrolment Drama School- Signage and wayfinding methods that are accessible to people without strong language skills- Teaching staff offices should be easily General General accessible to learners and near classrooms Teaching Areas Teaching Areas with Specialist with Specialist Subject Base Subject Base General Rooms RoomsKey: Teaching Areas with Specialist Subject Base Open to the Public Restricted to Staff/Students Rooms
  20. 20. FeedbackShared SpaceSummary of key points- Outdoor areas similar to Clifden for relaxation and curriculum use- Gallery and shop to celebrate and sell learner and staff work- Appealing bar and cafe facilities that draw the public in and support curriculum activities- Informal areas for learners to work/eat/relax- Improved toilet and shower facilities 01Key1 - Shared internal space at Campus for Central St martins, London,by Stanton Williams Architects2 - Cafe area at Laban Dance Centre, London, Herzog & de MeuronArchitects3 - Roof Terrace at Coin Street Community Centre, London, byHaworth Tompkins 02 03
  21. 21. FeedbackInformationand LearningTechnologySummary of key points- Create information rich environments through technology- All teaching and learning areas to be equipped with interactive whiteboards and appropriate technology- Wifi available throughout the campus both inside and out- learners should be encouraged to use their own mobile devices to gain autonomy in learning 01Key1 - Flexible IT strategy at Campus forCentral St martins, London, by StantonWilliams Architects
  22. 22. Next Steps 01 02 03 04 05Existing SiteAnalysis Twickenham Rd A316 t ho rks PaKey1 - 7B parkshot2 - Richmond Business School / Learning Resource Centre3 - Richmond Magistrate’s Court4 - Queen Charlotte Hall5 - Richmond Adult Community College Parkshot Campus
  23. 23. Next StepsIdentify UnderusedAreasKey1 - Boiler House 01 02 03 042 - Studio Theatre, not underused but could be relocated?3 - Changing Facilities4 - Queen Charlotte Hall Servicing Space
  24. 24. Next Steps 1.Key Moves 3. 2.Key1 - Connection to 7b Parkshot2 - Demolition of studio theatre, usage moves to Queen Charlotte Hall3 - Reconfiguring Queen Charlotte Hall to facilitate better usage
  25. 25. OptionsMasterplan 01Maximum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentGround Floor First Floor Second FloorKey New Build Refurbished
  26. 26. OptionsMasterplan 017B Parkshot refurbished withnew liftNew teaching space at 7BParkshotNew link through RBSRefurbished Queen CharlotteHallRefurbished second hallRefurbished ground floor reception and courtyardNew teaching space onthe corner of Parkshot andTwickenham Road
  27. 27. OptionsMasterplan 01Maximum 7B Parkshot Development Entrance AreaGround Floor Learning (Core) Resource Centre Sculpture Court/ Deliveries Richmond Drama SchoolSupported Learning and IndependentLiving Centre Richmond School of Art and DesignGeneral Teaching Areas with SpecialistSubject Base Rooms Sculpture Court
  28. 28. OptionsMasterplan 01Maximum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentFirst Floor Richmond Accessible Business School TerraceGeneralTeaching Areaswith SpecialistSubject BaseRooms Richmond Drama SchoolSupported Learning and IndependentLiving Centre Richmond School of Art and DesignTherapies Suite Science Room
  29. 29. OptionsMasterplan 01Maximum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentSecond Floor Richmond Business SchoolGeneralTeaching Areaswith SpecialistSubject BaseRooms Richmond School of Art and DesignAdministration
  30. 30. OptionsMasterplan 02Minimum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentGround Floor First Floor Second FloorKey New Build Refurbished
  31. 31. OptionsMasterplan 027B Parkshot refurbished withnew liftRefurbished Queen CharlotteHallRefurbished second hallRefurbished ground floor reception and courtyardNew teaching space onthe corner of Parkshot andTwickenham Road
  32. 32. OptionsMasterplan 02Minimum 7B Parkshot Development Entrance AreaGround Floor Learning (Core) Resource Centre Sculpture Court/ Deliveries Richmond Drama School Richmond School of Art and DesignGeneral Teaching Areas with SpecialistSubject Base Rooms Sculpture Court
  33. 33. OptionsMasterplan 02Minimum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentFirst Floor Richmond Accessible Business School TerraceGeneralTeaching Areaswith SpecialistSubject BaseRooms Richmond Drama SchoolSupported Learning and IndependentLiving Centre Richmond School of Art and DesignTherapy Curriculum Hub Science Room
  34. 34. OptionsMasterplan 02Minimum 7B Parkshot DevelopmentSecond Floor Richmond Business School Richmond School of Art and DesignAdministration
  35. 35. OptionsMasterplan 03Allocate budget for purchasing 7b toredevelopment of ParkshotGround Floor First Floor Second FloorKey New Build Refurbished
  36. 36. OptionsMasterplan 03Refurbished Queen CharlotteHallRefurbished second hallRefurbished ground floor reception and courtyardNew teaching space onthe corner of Parkshot andTwickenham Road
  37. 37. OptionsMasterplan 03Allocate budget for purchasing 7b toredevelopment of Parkshot Entrance Area Learning (Core)Ground Floor Resource Centre Supported Learning and Independent Living Centre Sculpture Court/ Deliveries Richmond Drama School Richmond School of Art and DesignGeneral Teaching Areas with SpecialistSubject Base Rooms Sculpture Court
  38. 38. OptionsMasterplan 03Allocate budget for purchasing 7b toredevelopment of Parkshot Richmond AccessibleFirst Floor Business School Terrace Supported Learning and Independent Living Centre Richmond Drama School Richmond School of Art and DesignTherapies Suite Science RoomGeneral Teaching Areas with SpecialistSubject Base Rooms
  39. 39. OptionsMasterplan 03Allocate budget for purchasing 7b toredevelopment of Parkshot RichmondSecond Floor Business School General Teaching Areas with Specialist Subject Base Rooms Richmond School of Art and DesignAdministration
  40. 40. What Happens Next?21st/22nd 30th Nov 9th Dec 12th Dec 2nd Jan 16th Jan Nov SUBMIT PLANNING APPLICATION Presentation Stakeholder Richmond Presentation to LB options - RACC Massing/Layout Proposal RACC- Planning Presentation to Proposal RACC- Planning Presentation to Further Stakeholder On-Going: Stakeholder Consultations / Precedent Building Research Visits Consultations

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