Project Name: Warwick Lodge Graded Rehabilitation Annex
Location: Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.
Client: Castlebeck Care (Teesdale) Limited
Contract Sum: £1.13 million
Warwick Lodge was originally built as a Royal Hunting Lodge in the early 20th Century and was then used as an old people’s home. It had stood empty for a few years when Castlebeck acquired it and its grounds.
We worked with the client to develop a campus of facilities. A new Graded Rehabilitation Annex and Day Unit was built, the former Stables were converted to a Care Home (Croxton Lodge) for people with Learning Difficulties and Warwick Lodge itself was restored to a 15 bed Unit for people with acquired brain injuries.
The Graded Rehabilitation Annex contains training kitchens, computer rooms, a sensory room, craft rooms and bedrooms and a flat for the more independent residents, providing a route to greater self reliance. It is divided in two to serve the special needs of each of the two groups sharing the site.
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