A £2.5 million investment at Toronto Primary School in Howden has provided a new purpose-built sports hall, as well as a fully DDA compliant main entrance and safe drop-off area. The ethos of the expansion and development of the school’s facilities was to maintain the unique physical character and immediacy of the school’s grounds and green avenues.
The external landscaping has made extensive use of Novara-34 anti-climb fencing. Different heights of fences and gates, 1.8m and 1.2m, secure the main perimeter and subdivide the playground areas. The fence panels were installed with wooden posts replicating the theme of the surrounding tree-lined avenue.
Novara-34 was also used to create security screens with gated access for both the Janitor’s entrance and a storage area.
The fencing was supplied hot-dip galvanized and polyester powder coated RAL3007 Black/Red.
Architect: Collective Architecture
Main Contractor: CCG