Almshouse flats for homeless people: Sir Thomas White Court, Worcester

Following a presentation on the Almshouse Flats for Homeless People project at our recent Housing LIN Midlands regional meeting, Housing LIN Case Study 156 by Frazer Bufton outlines the architectural qualities of the award winning scheme in Worcester.

Completed in October 2018, Sir Thomas White Court comprises of 10 apartments, 4 of which were converted from a former office building and a further 6 which were created in a new block on the redundant car park.

This project is a significant part of a growing portfolio of properties developed by Worcester Municipal Charities to provide homes for young people at risk of homelessness in the city of Worcester.