October 30, 2019 Property

The Thackeray Estate to develop historical building in the heart of Fulham into a 33-bed care home

The Thackeray Estate, a leading property development and investment business, is delighted to announce it has been granted planning permission to restore and develop the Castle Club, a Grade II listed building in the heart of Fulham, into a state-of-the-art care home. The Company has a proven track record of regenerating sites – often rich in heritage – into high quality mixed-use spaces and is pleased to be given the opportunity to restore the Castle Club to its former glory.
Currently, the demand for care homes in central locations remains largely unmet, with the majority of facilities located in bland modern developments outside of London. Whilst distinctive, historic buildings like the Castle Club are traditionally reserved for high-end residential purposes, The Thackeray Estate believes that the unique character of the Castle Club offers the ideal opportunity to create a state-of-the-art facility where senior residents will benefit from full-time care in a prime location.
The Thackeray Estate will restore and redevelop the Gothic style former school and include a three storey glazed extension. The building benefits from being located moments from the green spaces of Hurlingham Park for residents to enjoy and will consist of 33 bedrooms and modern facilities, providing a home for the elderly when they reach a stage of needing 24-hour nursing care.
The Thackeray Estate have appointed Richard Harris of BNP Paribas and David Kerr of Cushman and Wakefield.
Charles Thompson, Director, said:
“We are delighted that we have been granted planning permission to restore and develop the Castle Club into a best in class care home that will combine its traditional heritage with more modern facilities. We believe it is right that a site that has been feature of the area for decades will once again be used to benefit the community, offering a wonderful place for people in need of care to enjoy in later life. There is a clear lack of high-quality care homes in desirable locations, with most modern facilities being located in characterless developments out of town, and so we are excited to be able to use our expertise and bring this wonderful building back to its former glory and for beneficial use.”

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