The woodwork room is quite small, seems to be more of a workshop. There are no workbenches, you do have a lovely vice on a shelf with no bench attached. Having been to the space today, there is nowhere to put a workbench, you cannot use engineering vices to hold wood when planing or using a saw. There is no bench or vice to plane the wood, to cut the mortice and tenons, to lay out work for assembly, I am making a four poster bed for a childs doll, it needs a level flat surface to assemble it, to allow you to check that it is square and to clamp it.
There are no hand woodworking tools at all, no saws (that saw you have is not a hand saw for wood, it is a hardpoint general saw). No planes, marking gauges, squares, mallets, dividers, centre bits, bradpoint bits, bradawls, etc.
You have a virtually every machine tool you need, which is nice.
The most labour intensive activitity is dimensioning wood. The table saw allows you rip the wood then you use the planer thicknesser to square and dimension the wood, this cuts out the majority of sawing and manual planing.
It also cuts out a lot of the hand tools needed. The planer thicknesser does not seem to have a dedicated area.
There are a few basic hand tools needed for woodworking, if you set up a woodworking room I am prepared to donate some of them, and I will also keep my eye out for any bargains I see that I can donate.
On the google sketchup plan there is a room with a tiled floor, what is it used for?
Do you have a room where you can put the table saw and planer thicknesser, that would leave room for a large four sided workbench, with tool storage beneath, getting rid of the tool wall.
I understand that this is a community driven space, and it is has only just opened, I have no intensions of criticising the workspace, and I am sure it will evolve over time. It may be worth contacting the council to see if they have any old school woodworking benches that they can donate, yes I know the council are useless, worth a try.