Consent gained for final phase at Halton Lea
We have gained planning consent to start work on the final phase of the mixed use scheme at...
Godalming wins LABC Best Sustainable Project
Pozzoni is delighted to announce its Godalming Leisure Centre scheme has won best...
Oakland Village, Swadlincote is awarded Stirling University Gold Award
Oakland Village, Derbyshire County Council’s new 32-bed care centre offering specialist...
Planning granted for Cheadle Hulme High School
Planning has been granted for the £4.45m development of Cheadle Hulme High School comprising...
ISO 14001 six month assessment passed
We are delighted to announce that we have just passed our six month assessment for our environment...
Residents move into new £4.6m Rugby care home
WCS Care Group has taken possession of Drovers House in Rugby, Warwickshire.Drovers House is a...
Pozzoni boost technologist teams
Responding to a continued growth in business we have employed a number of new personnel to ensure...
Planning granted for James Street, Northwich
Planning has been granted for the sheltered housing development on James Street in Northwich.Owned...
Great Homer Street planning obtained
Pozzoni has obtained planning consent for the first phase of a £150m regeneration scheme at...
Planning granted for disused Corporation Road site development
Planning has been granted for the residential redevelopment of a disused site on Corporation Road...
Pozzoni join Dementia Action Alliance
07 August 2012
We are pleased to announce that we have joined the Dementia Action Alliance. The DAA is made up of over 100 organisations across charity, public and private sectors, each committed to transforming the quality of life for people living with dementia in the UK and the millions of people who care for them. Members sign up to the National Dementia Declaration – a series of outcomes to help improve the lives of people with dementia.
Damian Utton, Partner here at Pozzoni and author of the book ‘Designing Homes for People with Dementia’ says, “Pozzoni can support the National Dementia Declaration through our nationwide expertise in designing for older people and particularly for people with dementia. People with dementia can be more sensitive to their surroundings and good design creates enabling and supportive environments that positively contribute to the quality of life for people with dementia and those who care for them.”
Damian continues, “We have developed, and are committed to, an action plan for the Dementia Action Alliance and look forward to actively engaging with the other members.”
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