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Where did Hedley Court move to?

Where did Hedley Court move to?

Stanford Hall
In July 2014, the Minister of Defence, Philip Hammond, announced that the services provided by Headley Court would be transferred to a new centre to be developed at Stanford Hall. The opening of the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre by the Duke of Cambridge took place in June 2018.

What replaced Headley Court?

Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre
A rehabilitation centre for injured soldiers at Headley Court in Surrey is set to move to a stately home in Leicestershire. The new £300m Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre will be based at Stanford Hall, near Loughborough.

Has Headley Court been sold?

Headley Court will now be sold by property firm Knight Frank which has said potential future uses of the site include homes, a hotel, an education establishment, a retirement home or continued use as a residential institution.

What is Dmrc military?

The Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, known as ‘DMRC Stanford Hall’, has been part funded by RBL and is officially open to patients. The state-of-the-art Ministry of Defence clinical rehabilitation facility, provides expert care and support for wounded, injured and sick Armed Forces personnel.

What is Stanford Hall used for?

Stanford Hall is a grade II* listed 18th-century English country house in Nottinghamshire, England, in Stanford on Soar just north of Loughborough. It is home to the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC).

Where is the DMRC?

New Delhi

Delhi Metro
Headquarters Metro Bhawan, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi – 110001
Began operation 24 December 2002

Who lives in Stanford Hall?

The Cave family
The Cave family, direct ancestors of Nick and Lucy Fothergill the current owners, have been the custodians of the land for over 590 years, since 1430 and linked to the Braye peerage since 1839.

Who owns Stanford Hall Lutterworth?

Nick Fothergill –
Nick Fothergill – Business Owner – Stanford Hall near Lutterworth | LinkedIn.

Who built Delhi Metro?

Deve Gowda and the Government of Delhi jointly set up a company called the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on 3 May 1995, with Elattuvalapil Sreedharan as the managing director.

Who is the owner of Mumbai Metro?

Reliance Mumbai Metro – Reliance Group Reliance Infrastructure has partnered with MMRDA in Mumbai to successfully implement a world-class mass rapid transport system for the city of Mumbai.

Who owns Stamford Hall?

The Cave family, direct ancestors of Nick and Lucy Fothergill the current owners, have been the custodians of the land for over 590 years, since 1430 and linked to the Braye peerage since 1839. Stanford Hall and Park, welcomes public visitors on an annual basis.

Who owns Stanford House?

Warrington Council has completed the acquisition of the 54,800 sq ft Stanford House in Birchwood from Texton Property Fund, for a price understood to be around £13m.

What happened to the Headley Court rehabilitation facility?

The decision to relocate the Ministry of Defence’s Headley Court Rehabilitation facility was made by the MoD.

What is the Headley Court Gait Analysis Centre?

The gait analysis centre is a highly specialised environment which enables staff at Headley Court to scientifically measure how patients walk; this is especially valuable in helping patients who are learning to walk with prosthetic limbs. The Complex also features a 25-metre, five-lane wide swimming pool with a movable floor.

Who was the architect of Headley Court?

History and overview Headley Court was an Elizabethan farm house bought by the Cunliffe family, from Tyrrell’s Wood, Leatherhead. They later sold this farm house and built in 1899 the imposing mansion at the centre of Headley Court to the north, namely under Lord Cunliffe, who was Chairman of the Bank of England. Its architect was Edward Warren.

What is help for Heroes doing in Headley Court?

£8.5m raised by you is providing our Heroes with the facilities at DMRC Headley Court they need on their road to recovery. On Friday 4 June 2010, His Royal Highness, Prince William Duke of Cambridge opened the Help for Heroes Rehabilitation Complex at Headley Court – the very first project which the Charity was formed to deliver.