A new education and supported housing development is providing an enhanced social care environment for children and young people with a range of support needs.
St Anne’s School and Sixth Form College caters for 158 SEND students. It forms part of a £20.3m development which also includes two housing blocks for pupils, their parents and adults with special educational needs.
The supported housing scheme involved detailed designs for the outdoor areas. A total of 44 living units were developed around a central courtyard.
A selection of units offer balconies with views over the green space where six Litchard steel framed seats are available for residents and visitors to make use of.
These are complemented by two Westleigh Litter Bins and a Sirius Dog Waste Bin to keep the area looking smart and tidy.
The school and sixth form area also includes a residential element with 11 homes for pupils over 18 and their parents.
It was developed by contractor Tilbury Douglas Construction for East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of the local authority’s commitment to improving SEND provision.
A New Sheffield Run of Shelters, along with two Senior Sheffield Cycle Racks, provides covered parking for 20 cycles.
A Caversham Gazebo supports outdoor learning and socialising while 31 Door Barriers offer protection to the new buildings by preventing damage to doors.
Hessle, North Humberside
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