Canterbury House Regeneration
Canterbury House is a vacant former care home that previously provided accommodation for approximately 26 beds over 3 floors, plus basement and scheduled garden. It required complete redevelopment.
The site extends to approximately 0.68 acres (0.27ha) and comprises 3 buildings – Canterbury House, York House and Acorn House.
Now the site has been converted into 63 single rooms and divided into four clearly divided areas, each providing 24-hour care all year round for both short and long stay residents.
More about Canterbury House regeneration
This luxury care home has been purpose built to meet and exceed the stringent demands of the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Canterbury House is split into four clearly delineated areas, each specifically designed to provide excellent, quality care within a comfortable, homely and relaxing environment:
- Frail Elderly Wings – provide excellent facilities and care for the frail elderly
- Specialist Care Wings – specifically designed to provide excellent quality care for those living with dementia, memory loss and Alzheimer’s, within a safe environment
In all areas our rooms are furnished and decorated to a very high standard, with excellent quality fixtures and fittings.
“a facility which empowers staff to deliver the very best care…”
“a building designed to maximise the independence and dignity of all residents…”
“a facility specially designed with the needs of dementia patients in mind”
The site is located in a quiet residential neighbourhood of Upper Norwood, close to Streatham and Crystal Palace, and just south of Dulwich Village.
The site is well connected to central London with Gypsy Hill railway station under 0.5miles from the subject site. Gypsy Hill offers rail services to London Bridge and London Victoria.