Case studies

ASAS provides advice on making your premises more accessible to everyone, including disabled and older people.

We have worked with a wide variety of community services providing guidance, access and grant application support, including:

The Charterhouse

The Charterhouse entranceThe Charterhouse is a former Carthusian monastery in London which provides housing and care to support elderly people in need, it also shares its story and heritage within a free museum, and hosts tours of some of the buildings and grounds. In January 2017 The Charterhouse opened a free museum and its chapel to members of the public.

Read more about our work with The Charterhouse.

The Havelock Family Centre

Picture of Havelock Family Centre's front entrance and sign

The Havelock Family Centre is a charitable organisation located in Southall, Ealing. The centre provides a wide range of services for local people with the focus being on the family. Prior to the works that took place the family centre was an old and dilapidated building which was in need of total restoration to enable to help the service reach its full potential.

Read more about our work with The Havelock Family Centre.