Harrow Arts Centre is to get a makeover after a grant of nearly £900,000 was secured for much needed improvements.
Harrow Council will receive an £882,090 cash injection, which will be spent on improving access at the site and improving the learning facilities there.
The money is expected to help fund the installation of lifts and ramps as well as provide equipment such as data projectors with internet links to create a wireless learning network.
Health and Safety standards will also be improved while a new heating system will be installed.
The grant was sealed by the council's Learning and Skills Council's Adult Safeguard Learning Challenge Fund, which supports the development of adult and community learning.
Councillor Chris Mote (Conservative), responsible for community and cultural services, is delighted with the news.
He said: "This funding is an important boost to the community and will enable the Arts Centre to extend the range of learning opportunities available and give residents access to the latest facilities."
Harrow Arts Centre provides year round learning programmes, events and performances from visiting theatre companies and orchestras on the site in Uxbridge Road, Hatch End.