By Richard Hook2018-11-20T12:58:00
Regeneration specialist Galliford Try Partnerships has signed a development agreement with Camden Council to build an extra-care facility valued at £12.6m and redevelop its existing Charlie Ratchford resource centre.
Galliford has planning approval to build an extra care residential building for older people at its site in Chalk Farm and has also applied to redevelop the existing Charlie Ratchford resource centre site on Belmont Street, providing a total of more than 100 new homes.
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