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Norwood Hall is situated on the north side of Norwood Green Road, Southall, UB2 4LA. The Hall and its grounds are set in a conservation area designated in 1969.

The Hall is set in approximately 8.5 acres.

Norwood Hall is set within the confines of a conservation area, the Council (London Borough of Ealing Council) has stipulated potential alternative uses. The Hall is a grade II listed building occupying an important site within the Norwood Green Conservation Area.  The Council’s policy is to protect and enhance listed buildings and Conservation Areas. The whole site is designated Metropolitan Open Land (MOL) in the Unitary Development Plan (UDP) and there is a basic policy presumption against any appropriate form of built development on this land.

Trees within the site are protected by virtue of the Conservation Area, and should not be removed.  The Executive Committee of Sri Guru Singh Sabha, has engaged in the development of Khalsa VA Primary School – Norwood Hall. The site was acquired during 2005 and is pr oven to become a significant and prominent site.

Norwood Hall is a grade II listed building of three stories over a semi-basement. It is proposed to use the building for assembly and recreation purposes, incorporating a Museum of Sikh and Learning environment.The building has many internal features of historical interest.

The whole site has been defined within the proposed concept of a Sikh Learning Village, will encompass the Khalsa School, Nursery, Norwood Hall and on site land. This concept will provide SGSS to become global heritage model for the Sikh Community globally, by using their assets and delivering a high quality services to local communities.

For more information on the Sikh Villiage Concept, download our Summary Outline

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