Beevor Court

Architect : Calls Architecture Ltd Completion date : Jan 2010
Size : 250 to 499 sqm Contract value : £0.5m - £4.99m
Housing experience : Public Housing, General, Sheltered Housing
Services : Design & Build, Interior Design

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About this project

Beevor Court Assisted Housing is a scheme that will provide supported accommodation for adults in Barnsley with substance misuse issues while they engage in structured treatment. No accommodation of this kind currently exists in the area, so the new T4 project is being welcomed from all those involved in treatment, rehabilitation and community safety. The building features a natural larch timber rainscreen to integrate with the woodland surroundings.

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