Community / Keys to new Eric Gray handed over

The building will provide specialist support for adults.

Peter Tait from DITT Construction Ltd (centre right) hands over the keys to the new Eric Gray @ Seafield building to service user Rose Hunter (centre left). Also pictured (L –R) : Clare Scott, SIC executive manager – adult services, service user Matthew Drakeford, Connie Russell, SIC team leader – Eric Gray Resource Centre, Rose Hunter, Peter Tait, John Tait and Colin Gillie (all DITT), Nick Brett of Richard Gibson Architects. Photo: SIC

THE KEYS to the new Eric Gray Resource Centre have been handed over ahead of the building opening at the start of the new year.

The newly-dubbed Eric Gray@Seafield will provide a new home for specialist support for adults with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorders and complex needs.

Photo: SIC

The £6 million Shetland Islands Council facility at Seafield in Lerwick has been built by DITT and designed by Richard Gibson Architects.

Keys to the building were handed over today (16 November) to two service users.