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“I am delighted that this project has at last come to fruition. Like other areas of the city, the residents of the new Darwin Park and Chesterfield Road estates need somewhere to meet as a community. The hall has been built to a very high standard and with energy efficiency items such as the ground source heat pump and natural ventilation it will be a low cost building to run.”The £785,000 hall has been built by Lichfield City Council, funded by £750,000 from developers. The building has a main hall (seating 120) plus a meeting room and kitchen, and its day to day running will be undertaken by a new Darwin Park Community Association. The Hall includes several green features, including an under-floor heating system fed by a ground source heat pump which collects heat from 100 metres below ground. Groups such as a pre-school playgroup have already booked the venue.