London Centre for Cerebral Palsy

London Centre set to expand

The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy

which opened in 1988 with a mother and baby group, is hoping to move into bigger premises and is exhibiting the plans for developing and moving into the former Green Man pub in Muswell Hill Road.

The centre is exhibiting the plans  because:

We are very keen to hear what local residents think of the plans before we submit a planning application and we hope as many residents as possible are able to attend our public exhibition to see the plans and meet our team.

 Their current premises have become too small for their current services for children up to the age of eleven, and the  new building will be twice the size, allowing for new services for older children.
It is good to see that in this current financial turndown that it is possible for Conductive Education centres to not only survive but expand too.