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MoJ project for Pick Everard


Pick Everard will play an integral role in designing the prisons of the future after winning a key public contract. The Leicester-headquartered


Henry Brothers to build new £13.2m school


Derbyshire County Council’s Cllr Alex Dale holds the silver spade containing the first sod beside the site of the new Alfreton Park Community Special School building, watched by headteacher Cheryl Smart, Amber Valley Cllr John McCabe and Ian Taylor, MD of Henry Brothers Midlands


Henry Brothers Midlands has started construction work on a new £13.2m school for pupils with special needs in Derbyshire. It is the fifth school project the Nottingham-based


contractor has been appointed to deliver for Derbyshire County Council across the county, and the second for Alfreton Park Community Special School after building a hydrotherapy pool that opened in 2017. The replacement purpose-built site will provide a larger facility for pupils aged two to 19 with special needs,


including mobility issues and a range of learning difficulties. Henry Brothers Midlands managing director Ian


Taylor said: “This new school will offer modern facilities, extra space and increased car parking, and we are excited to have now started on site.” The new single-storey building is being built on a site


adjacent to Alfreton Park, known as Highfield Plantation. It will replace outdated teaching facilities at the


school’s existing site, which will be demolished once the new building is up and running.


independent property, construction and infrastructure consultancy has been appointed by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to its New Prisons Programme (NPP). It will be tasked with


designing four prisons – to be built in Yorkshire, the North West and South East of England – that are decent, safe and secure while supporting offender rehabilitation. Pick Everard – operating


under the Perfect Circle collaborative group of firms in the sector – has been appointed as client designer for the project. Tim Irons, director of


architecture at Pick Everard said: ‘’We are delighted to have secured this role working in partnership with the MoJ to progress this significant building programme, which is the first MoJ client design appointment of this scale.”


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