New Rehabilitation Hub and Housing Project in Ipswich
Headway Suffolk is embarking on ambitious and exciting plans to be a new rehabilitation hub and housing for clients – with the centre to named ‘The Professor Stephen Hawking Neuro Centre’ after the world-renowned scientist.
The centre will be built on the Ravenswood area of Ipswich and include facilities for rehabilitation and support for clients with brain injuries and neurological conditions. It will also include 24 homes in two bungalows where our clients will have the opportunity to live as independently as they are able to.
It will replace our current hub at Epsilon House on Ransomes Europark, which will be sold to help support the new project. It is due to open in 2020.
(18/03/19) Plans Submitted for 24-bed Head Injury Centre – click for Ipswich Star story
(15/11/18) Housing Plans Boosted by Large Donations – click to read press release
(21/09/18) Headway Suffolk Announces New Hub and Housing Centre – click to read press release
Download our Booklet and Brochure
Click the images below to download the Ipswich hub and housing project booklet and brochure.
The total build will cost in the region of £5 million. We have no free capital to build the hub or the bungalow. You can help us in supporting this hugely exciting and prestigious project by sponsoring the build by clicking on the button below and donating.
Individuals, families, schools and groups are encouraged to purchase bricks from just 50p each!
The current total of bricks sold is: 34,400.
For a donation of £66,000 you can have a room named after your company – please speak to our CEO Helen Fairweather on 01473 712225 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Rehabilitation Hub in Bury St Edmunds
Headway Suffolk is excited to be involved in early plans with St Edmundsbury Borough Council to be part of the new multi-million pound Western Way Development for a new rehabilitation hub in Bury St Edmunds, close to where our current hub in Olding Road is.
It will be in a new public services building, including education, health, leisure and public services. A final business plan is due in 2019, with the centre planned to open in 2023.