Precious Homes are an innovative community social care provider supporting 160 people with learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism spectrum condition and other complex needs, working across London, Birmingham, Hertfordshire, Central Bedfordshire, Milton Keynes and Devon.
Joining healthcare design finalists from across the UK at the prestigious award ceremony on 15th March 2017, high praise was given to the innovative design and co-produced, bespoke Phoenix House residential service based in Newham, London, which opened in September 2016.
The Pinders Healthcare Design Awards aim to promote and recognise the very best developments in all types of care-related properties. The award categories seek to acknowledge the contribution made by home owners, designers and architects to the well- being and quality of life for those in their care.
Mitesh Dhanak, Managing Director, said: “It is fantastic that our flagship service, Phoenix House, has been recognised at the Pinders Healthcare Awards 2017. The uniqueness of this design project was the Creative Plan – co-produced and directly led by the people we support and team members across Precious Homes. Working in partnership with our in-house design team, they have created a bespoke design that maximises safety and space, incorporates innovative design ideas and creates a truly homely environment for the individuals who live there.
Greg Lapham, Chief Operating Officer said: “Our Phoenix House residential service is a brilliant piece of inspirational work by the team at Precious Homes and is already delivering fantastic outcomes to those that we support and those who are in transition. Our in-house design team push the creativity envelope with each new service we commission and are creating outstanding services nationally.”