Brighton charity wins award after £800k revamp

Posted On 21 Jul 2012 at 9:08 pm

First Base day centre has won a Sussex Heritage Award for the £800,000 revamp of its premises in Montpelier Place, Brighton.

The day centre is based in St Stephen’s Hall, a grade II listed 18th century church.

Architects CDMS Partners and Cheesmur Building Contractors led the renovation which involved restoring the original interiors.

At the same they fitted up-to-date facilities to meet the needs of some of the most vulnerable men and women in the city.

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Nikki Homewood, director of homelessness services at Brighton Housing Trust (BHT), said that the refurbishment had made an incredible difference to the space was used.

She said: “The redevelopment included a training kitchen facility, new showers and toilets, medical rooms and consultation rooms, all of which have made a huge difference to how we are able to work with vulnerable people to help them to move on from homelessness and towards a more positive future.”


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