A heritage architect worked on restoring the convent itself, which is now used as a 10-bed co-living space with communal facilities, a nursing home as well as an additional block of houses and apartments. In all, there are 54 houses and some 60 apartments in the block. Fitted with private gardens, the 54 houses on the site enjoy a minimal, contemporary design, with plenty of natural light and romantic views over two acres of open space, towards the up-lit chapel and listed buildings.
All of the new residential development has been designed around the existing convent, church and walled garden, restored and enhanced saving their typical features. The surrounding green area is now open to the public and has been landscaped with plaza areas, playgrounds, while retaining existing trees.