Former treatment centres offered for sale

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Business agents Christie + Co, have been appointed on the instruction of Ian Carr and Daniel Smith of Grant Thornton UK LLP, joint administrators of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Prevention and Treatment Ltd, to sell two treatment centres in Norfolk and North Somerset.

The Diana Princess of Wales Treatment Centre, in the village of Gimingham, near Mundesley, was acquired by the charity, ADAPT, in 1996 and following a refurbishment programme, the first patients were admitted in 1997. The centre is registered for 71 and occupies a substantial main building, which was formerly a hospital, with a secondary unit, a former nurses’ block and a four-bedroom detached bungalow. The centre is believed to be set in about 19 acres of extensive gardens and woodland and has car parking areas around the building for about 60/70 vehicles.

Robert Mellamphy, from Christie + Co’s Ipswich office, who is handling the sale, said the property now traded as an alcohol and drug treatment centre, with most patients be

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