Exploring an Abandoned Harperbury Mental asylum
I finally explored this huge abandoned mental asylum want to explore it for 2 years
Till the day I explode it and was there for 3 hours got in most of the buildings and there was so much decay in the rooms and corridors in some rooms still had left over beds and chairs and curtains there was also security there but didn't see any security there but the hole site has sadly been demolished for houses on the site if it was still there I would recommend going as it was a peaceful atmosphere even though that it was a mental asylum
Founded in 1928
Abandoned in 1991
Kingsley Green is a mental health and learning disability site located in Hertfordshire, England, just southeast of the village of London Colney.
Located on Harper Lane, Shenley, the facility was known as Harperbury Hospital for 61 years and has been a fixture of the area's mental health scene since 1928. It had two sister institutions, Shenley Hospital and Napsbury Hospital, within a few miles of its location.A scaling down process began in the 1970s, and resulted in many of the old hospital's buildings becoming abandoned. By late 2001 Harperbury had only about 200 patients and the hospital was officially closed.
The new Kingsley Green mental health facility opened on the site in May 2009.
Harperbury Hospital was a former mental health and learning disailbities hospital built on the remains of world war 1 hangers. A large part of the hospital was closed in 2001 and those bulidings have rapidly deteriated over the years.
Demolished to build houses
Work has started at the former Harperbury Hospital site, between Radlett and London Colney, where developer Bloor Homes is to build 206 new homes. The mental health hospital was effectively closed in 2001 and the buildings have been in steady decline ever since, due to the ravages of time and weather, as well as episodes of vandalism and theft. The new properties will range from one to five bedroom houses, with a provision for 72 affordable homes available under shared ownership schemes. As part of the development Bloor Homes will contribute £1.4 million to local healthcare provision, education and leisure facilities, and transport infrastructure.
What many people will not know is that much of the hospital site originally formed part of London Colney airfield, which began life as a safe landing ground for the Royal Flying Corps in 1916. In fact two of the RFC’s most famous World War One fighter pilots were at one time based there:
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