Prince of Wales opens Integrated Centre for Health in Cullompton

September 15, 2008 11:16 am

brp architects are proud to have been invited attend the opening of their Culm Valley Integrated Centre For Health in Cullompton, Devon.

The 2600sqm, £3.8m centre was formally opened by Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall on a state visit to Cullompton.
The landmark building commissioned by Haven Health Properties, stands as an exemplar to holistic integrated healthcare and alternative therapy, as promoted by both the practice and Prince Charles’ Foundation for Integrated Health.

The building design was vetted during the formative stages by architects of the Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment and was completed on site earlier this year.

The Prince of Wales Opening Integrated Centre for Health in Cullompton, Devon

The Prince of Wales Opening Integrated Centre for Health in Cullompton, Devon

Alan Sankey, partner in charge of the project, stated “It is always an honour to have buildings opened by such eminent public figures, especially when they have very strong opinions on the subject matter!”

The development provides state-of-the-art primary care accommodation for the College Surgery partnership and Devon Primary Care Trust, health food café complimentary therapists, diagnostics, rapid response ambulance and a pharmacy. Externally there are both physic and organic gardens.

To see our project page for the integrated centre for health in cullompton please click here.


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