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Supported housing patternbook 3: Amy Woodgate House, ECD Architects, Chessington, Kingston upon Thames

Amy Woodgate House, Chessington, Kingston upon Thames, ECD Architects

A residential and daycare resource centre designed for people suffering from dementia
Client Royal Borough of Kingston
Completion March 2009
Gross internal floor area 2,500m²
Typical unit floor area 20m² including en-suite
Cost £7 million (estimated)
Cost per m² £2,800
Number of units 44
Range and type of unit 40 en-suite single bedrooms; four en-suite single-bed respite units
Other facilities provided Garden with sensory planting, activity and quiet rooms, hairdressing room, industrial kitchen and laundry, assisted bathrooms, accessible toilets, offices

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