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Leas Pavilion Restoration

Planning has been granted at the Folkestone and Hythe District Council Planning Committee for the complete restoration of the Grade II listed Leas Pavilion.

Hollaway architects have worked on a rescue plan for the former theatre and nightclub along The Leas. The ambitious proposals will see £4m being invested to preserve and restore the historic and beloved pavilion in Folkestone.

A luxury apartment block is proposed to be built around Folkestone’s neglected Leas Pavilion and the redevelopment of adjacent car parks.

The Grade II-listed building will be brought back to life and renovated to resemble its original design when it was built as an Edwardian tearoom in 1902.

It will play host to community groups, holding theatrical and musical performances.

Source: Hollaway Studio