Plans to undertake a refurbishment and reorganisation of Cheltenham College's senior school kitchen and dining facilities have gained consent from Cheltenham Borough Council.
Evans Jones submitted an application for Listed Building Consent and Permission for Development in February 2017, to carry out works to part of Cheltenham College's Grade II* listed buildings, to assist in the refurbishment of the existing kitchen and dining facilities.
The proposal includes a comprehensive reorganisation and refurbishment of the kitchen and dining facilities, which includes creation of new openings, new partitions, installation of new cooking equipment, provision of new cold stores and prep areas and a new mezzanine floor.
The project aims to provide a modern, up-to-facility for the College and its students, which offers a more practical space, as well as giving a more sympathetic treatment to the building and acknowledge its importance as a heritage asset for the site and Cheltenham as a whole.
The proposal also includes refurbishment works to both the Tuck Shop and Sixth Form Social.