Project 34 homeless accommodation

Urban Renewal (Development) Team project case study

Project 34 is a hostel for single homeless people with support needs, especially those with a history of offending, or at risk of offending.

The Urban Renewal (Development) Team supported the development improvements. The adjoining building was reconfigured to enable short to medium term supported accommodation for ex-offenders. To extend the provision of service a further six bedrooms, staff quarters, service user living space and a self contained flat  were created.

Consideration was given in the design of the building to accommodate people with a disability. The ground floor has two rooms, which are Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant. In addition to this a disabled toilet has been installed. There is ramp access to the front and rear of the property to enable wheelchair users access to the building.

How to be referred to Project 34.

This page was last updated on 26 September 2011

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