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New Cases study: The Homelands Trust Fife – Accessible lodges

Added on 4th January, 2017. By James Davidson.

We recently published a new case study on the Inclusive Design Hub that was provided by The Homelands Trust Fife about their accessible lodges.

homelands paxton drop in-centre and accessible cotages

The Homelands Trust-Fife is a Scottish, registered charity (SC027281) based in Lundin Links, Fife. Some years ago. local lady, Miss Isabel Paxton, left her estate, “Homelands”, to charity for the benefit of people affected by “MS and other disabling and incurable conditions”. As a result of this generous legacy, the Trust commissioned 4 purpose-built, accessible, self-catering holiday lodges, which are designed and equipped to meet the needs of disabled people with a variety of conditions.

To read the full case study, please click the following link: The Homelands Trust Fife – Accessible lodges

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