This Assisted Accommodation Facility, located in a brownfield gap site in Glasgow’s East End provides 24,558ft² of accommodation designed to cater for people with combined drug and alcohol issues.
38 spacious en-suite bedrooms, some with additional kitchen facilities, are spread over a number of discrete wings along with associated communal spaces, staff areas, treatment rooms and catering facilities.
The communal lounges, generally located away from the street boundaries, are large open spaces with light colours and large windows overlooking the residents private courtyard garden. These lounges utilise natural light and ventilation and are seen as a vehicle for promoting group interaction.
The garden is accessed directly from the main ground floor dining area and provides a focal element within the overall rehabilitation strategy.
The home is permanently staffed and provides a secure and pleasant environment with both personal space for each resident and various associated communal spaces within a sustainable building design.