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Interserve builds £20m Help for Heroes unit

Published:  21 June, 2011

PLYMOUTH: Interserve is to design, build and operate a new rehabilitation facility for forces charity Help for Heroes.

The £20m Naval Service Recovery Pathway Expansion Programme facility will be built at Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth. Construction is due to start next month on a 60-bed accommodation building. Phase two is to build a swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, gymnasium and consulting rooms.

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