• Croydon
  • Client: Camden PCT & James Wigg Practice
  • Main Contractor: Morgan Ashurst
  • Services Engineer: Peter Deer Associates

Products installed

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Sola-Boost Classic Natural Ventilation Systems

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Kentish Town Health Centre (KTHC) is a new health building in central London, combining a large GP clinic and a wide range of health facilities. Delivered through the LIFT procurement programme the building was designed to provide a new standard for modern healthcare facilities.

The project was initiated by a project champion with a vision for integrating medicine, health and art within a community building. These views were embraced by the Architects, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris and the partnership with Camden & Islington Community Solutions has set an award winning standard for the future generation of NHS development.


  • Civic Trust Award 2010
  • Building Magazine: Public Building of the Year 2009
  • RIBA Stirling Prize-Shortlist
  • RIBA Award for Architecture 2009
  • LIFT Award for best Design for Healthcare Project 2009

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