The Sue Lambert Trust, a charity which provides help to those who have experienced sexual abuse, are to move back into their newly refurbished headquarters.
The trust had previously been working from a highly unsuitable space in a basement before moving to their current building in 2013. Since then, the use of the service has increased greatly, putting pressure on the four available counselling rooms.
The project was undertaken by LSI Architects and AECOM through Norfolk ProHelp, a network of professional firms which provide professional and strategic support, free of charge, to voluntary and community groups in their local area. The new design has made better use of the space within the building, with financial input again provided by AECOM. The second phase of work has provided the Trust with improved office space, private staff 1:1 space, an additional counselling room and a large training room, providing not only more space for counselling and other client work, but also the facilities to support and train staff and volunteers.