1986 ALEXANDRA PALACE 3
The whole of Ally Pally is owned by a charitable trust and employs about 120 people. There are extensive plans for the redevelopment of the main palace.At an estimated cost of £35 million the palace wiil become a sophistiacted leisure centre incorporating a hotel ,exhibition halls, a sports complex and a drama school.The first phase will be opened in 1988, the remainder finished in the 1990s. It is hoped that Ally Pally will continue to occupy a prominent role in the life of the locality,as it does now.Indeed on the quiet Thursday morning we visited the Pally we counted 187 adults and 49 children using the facilities.
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