Offering 7,956 sq ft and 63 car parking spaces, Diddington Hall will support the Ofsted-accredited school’s view to expand. Secure and self-contained, it also provides pupils with access to outdoor space, as well as the scope for additional facilities, such as sensory rooms and play areas.
Founded in 2007 by Carol Howe and her friend and business partner Jacqui Walters-Hutton, the move signals the school’s growing success, which offers educational support to children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Speaking of the move, co-founder Carol Howe said, “it is a fantastic building, perfect for our needs and gives us the ability to extend our age range and accept more pupils.”
Douglas Bonham, Associate Partner of KWB added, “we were delighted to secure the letting, which represented one of the largest along the M42 corridor in 2009. Whilst the nature of the building was a key attraction for The Island Project, the length of lease made Diddington Hall an ideal choice, providing the school with the stability it needed.”