ENHAM Trust has unveiled its winning design at a public consultation for a new centre of excellence intended to provide a greater variety of care and accommodation to disabled people.

The Trust currently offers a wide choice of property for disabled people, from 24-hour supported residential care accommodation to fully independent homes.

The new Cedar Park development on the Home Estate will support people with acquired brain injuries, complex and extra care needs, and an even wider variety of temporary and permanent homes for disabled people. Winchester architects Design Engine were chosen from six practices to work with the charity to develop the plans.

“We all felt that Design Engine perfectly captured our concept to create a community that would integrate our existing buildings within a new landscape,” said Victoria Leesam, Enham Trust’s property regeneration executive.

Design Engine worked with Enham Trust and their client design panel to provide designs that incorporate stunning landscaping, the existing buildings and a health and wellbeing centre that will be available to the wider community. It will provide the very best in physio and occupational therapies and include state of the art equipment and a hydrotherapy spa.

“I was really pleased to be part of the selection panel, and to have the chance to bring my own ideas,” said Jonathan Sparks, who lives at Enham Trust.