Gardner Stewart starts work on £30m RNIB resi scheme

Tudor Square community hub by Gardner Stewart

Job will feature specialised accommodation and luxury housing

Work has started on Gardner Stewart’s 30m residential development for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) in Redhill, Surrey.

The joint venture with between Countryside and the RNIB will result in specialised accommodation for up 50 residents and 77 new luxury homes on the site, which will be sold on the open market.

It will feature a sensory trail which will use sounds, smells and textures on a “learning landscape” to aid blind people navigate the 6ha site.

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