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New Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall to be built in Gloucester

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A new worship centre for Jehovah's Witnesses is coming to Gloucestershire.

Plans were approved earlier this week (June 19) by Gloucester City Council to build the place of worship in Kingsway.

The development will be the second Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Gloucester, the first being based in Abbeydale.


The plans for the Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall in Kingsway (Image: Gloucester City Council)

The proposal includes a single storey building to be used by Jehovah's Witnesses as a place of worship and religious education, as well as five car parking spaces.

The developer, Elevation One building design, said the building will resemble a site used by the religious group in Dover.

A planning statement submitted by the firm said two new halls like the proposed have been built in the last year and another 14 nationwide have been planned.

The site fronts Thatcham Avenue and abuts the southern boundary of Kingsway Primary School.


The plans for the Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall in Kingsway (Image: Gloucester City Council)


It is not clear when building works will begin.

It will be the ninth Kingdom Hall in Gloucestershire with others in Cirencester, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Stroud, Dursley, Blakeney and Lydney, in addition to the existing on in Gloucester.


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UK Kingdom Hall 'Developer'?? - Elevation One Building Design Ltd

described the 'developer' for a Kingdom Hall in Gloucester??


Possibly a JW-owned company?:

You can match up the name / location here:

The Directors are;

Mr Simon Littlewood

and of course his wife

Mrs Colleen Littlewood

The company is registered in 25 Urley Road, Dursley Gloucester themselves....im smelling a rat....im thinking they are JW's but i have no proof.

The company website is here;


Now none of this is doxing - it is all within the public domain here at HMRC.


Simon Littlewood, the owner of Elevation One Building Design, is also listed as a trustee of the Dursley South congregation.


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