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The York Arc Light Project is a direct access shelter aiming to address the issue of homelessness in York. Set up by Jeremy Jones in 1999, Arc Light has always operated at the cutting edge of service provision and its plans for a new building were recently identified as the flagship project in Central Government’s nationwide ‘Hostel Capital Improvement Program’ (H.C.I.P), which hopes to change the face of homelessness entirely. The H.C.I.P has granted Arc Light £1.65 million to build a new facility to house York’s homeless by 2007.
GAI /RIBA ARCHITECTURAL IRONMONGERY SPECIFICATION AWARDS 2008/9
WINNER – RESIDENTIAL BUILDING