Major office extension opened at the Welford Road premises.
The old hall site in Loughborough was sold to Loughborough & District Housing Society (later Charnwood Forest Housing Association) who carried out major alterations and converted the existing church building into a multipurpose community centre.
The Loughborough premises reopened along with the first specialised housing scheme of six purpose-built flats on an adjacent site.
1994-97 Renewed three-year service level agreement in place with Leicestershire County
New local government structure in Leicestershire, Leicester & Rutland.
100th Year Anniversary celebrated – Welford Road premises renamed as the Centre for Deaf People
First test of video telephony between Primary Care Trusts and University Hospitals of Leicester and the Centre for Deaf People.
Leicestershire County Council terminated service level agreement thus ending its long association of social work provision to the Centre for Deaf People.