Sustainable community building will breathe new life into West Stockwell

Monday 26 Nov 2007

Stock Woolstencroft completes the West Stockwell Primary Care and Community Resource Centre in London

Work on the multi-use, West Stockwell Primary Care and Community Resource Centre (110 Union Road) in South West London has recently completed. It is the first part of a multi-phase, £9.8 million development, designed by architects and urban designers Stock Woolstencroft for Family Mosaic. This building will breathe new life into the area, improving the lives of those in Stockwell who have had poor access to healthcare and other community facilities. In addition, Stock Woolstencroft has integrated sustainable features into the architecture to develop a building that is striking and does much to improve the streetscape, as well as having a strong environmental rationale. It is a sustainable building which will help to build a sustainable community, one where people want to live and work both now and in the future. Where once the site was unwelcoming and unused, this community building provides a key social and practical focus and will do much to revitalise the area.

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