The environmentally sustainable community club
A small rugby league club has a two changing room pavilion built in the 1970s.
Although the club has maintained its building well there has been no major investment since it was built in the seventies. It is typical of its age with a cavity wall construction and a pitched, concrete tiled roof.
The club would like to make more use of the pavilion, attract new people and generate additional income. There have been some tentative discussions with a group who would like to develop a rounders club and an archery club looking for a more permanent home.
The club wants to play its part and embrace the environmental sustainability agenda. Not only does it feel it is the right thing to do morally but with increasing energy costs it also makes sound financial sense. Simple improvements will help it save energy and reduce running costs and it has selected a package of modernisation and improvement work for pavilions from the catalogue.
By considering a package of improvements including installation a new boiler and insulated pipework, roof and cavity wall insulation, replacing and upgrading the showers and replacing the light fittings and lamps they can expect to save up to 80% on their bills.
The club has managed to fund raise £1,800 and so is looking for an award of £33,780
|1970s 2 changing room pavilion building upgrade package||£29,650|
|VAT at 20%||£5,930|
*Costs in the catalogue exclude VAT. It is your responsibility to determine your VAT status. If you can’t recover it you will need to ass 20% VAT on your items and add this to your total costs using the non-recoverable VAT item on the costs page of the application form. The sport club can’t reclaim VAT so it has been added to the project costs.