HMP Holme House is a category B local prison, holding both convicted and unconvicted adult and young adult prisoners. It is situated in Stockton on Tees and has a capacity of 1,210; and inmates are largely those with longer sentences. The prison was built for purpose and opened in 1992, expanding significantly in the late 1990s.
In May 2016 government announced that six prisons would be piloting their prison reform scheme.
How Will HMP Holme House Benefit?
The planned changes to the system, which the government have labelled as the ‘biggest shake-up of prisons since the Victorian times’ are focusing on long-term rehabilitation; with a view to reducing levels of reoffending.
Our blog post UK Prison Reform 2016 – Holme House Prison
Look’s into Holme house prison specifically and what the changes mean for the inmates there.
If you’re planning to visit HMP Holme House and would like to find out how to get there, please refer to the map on this page.
Tel: 01642 744000
Operational capacity: 1210
Holme House Road, Stockton-on-Tees, Cleveland TS18 2QU
Prison Phone have been reducing the cost of calls from Holme House prison since 2013. Our system helps inmates stay in touch with their loved ones by reducing the cost of a call from the pay phones within HMP Holme house to any UK mobile phone.