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HMP Lowdham Grange provides regimes that embrace work, education, vocational training and accredited offender behaviour programmes
Prisoners undertake paid work such as wheelchair refurbishment and can also study for vocational qualifications

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HMP Lowdham Grange

Serco manage HMP Lowdham Grange, a Design Construct Manage and Finance (DCMF) long term category B establishment which opened in February 1998 to accommodate 500 male adult prisoners.

The commissioning of Houseblock 3 in May 2007 has resulted in an increased maximum operational capacity of 690 prisoners places of which 138 places are occupied by Indeterminate for Public Protection (IPP) prisoners.

We deliver a high level of service to the National Offender Management Service through the efforts and commitment of a professional staff group, constructive relationships with the prisoner population, engagement with families of prisoners and close and constructive working with all other Criminal Justice Agencies. Our staff are committed to ensuring that those prisoners going back to society have robust resettlement opportunities through strong community links.

We had a further expansion which opened in March 2010 which provides high quality accommodation for a further 260 prisoners. This allowed us the opportunity to further develop existing vocational skills and education provision, making a significant and positive impact on our current capacity issues.

Latest HMCIP Report: Report on an announced inspection of HMP Lowdham Grange (14- 18 March 2011) by HM Chief Inspector of Prisons

Contact Details

Director:Trish Mitchell
Address:HMP Lowdham Grange
Lowdham
Nottingham
NG14 7DA
Tel: 01159 669200
Fax:01159 669220

Last Updated: 06 June 2014