After receiving planning permission in 2020, and after topping out in 2022, this centre is set to transform facilities and treatment for the mental health of children and young people.
With inputs from current users, their families, researchers and clinicians, the resulting designs reflect their wish to be connected to nature; thus the building includes landscaped outdoor terraces and planting on each floor.
Across 8 floors, specialist child and adolescent mental health services will work together with Europe’s largest group of mental health scientists, academics and researchers to form The King’s Maudsley Partnership. Their focus will be to find new ways of helping young people living with mental health and well-being challenges.
Our installation team will be onsite early in 2023 to install a range of anti-ligature vertical blinds. These safety blinds are used to provide privacy and protection from the sun but come with safety features that ensure that any attempt at ligature will fail. Our team is also briefed to install standard vertical blinds in some areas of the building.