A newly established secondary school situated in Southwark, London operates across two nearby locations. Student numbers are increasing and the school is looking to expand the footprint of the school.

Long-term plans include creating dedicated sixth-form facilities and a permanent second dining area to house the sixth-form. Brown Consult were commissioned to undertake a feasibility study to design and cost a new building.  The site’s development is challenging due to space constraints.


An initial stakeholder briefing meeting was undertaken to establish the aspirations for the

long-term development of the site.

The primary brief requirements were established as follows:

  • A permanent dining space on the ground floor.
  • A Sixth-Form reading room.
  • Sixth-Form teaching spaces and office accommodation


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