Consortium led by Servite Houses to build three new centres for older people in Ealing over next five years

Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A consortium led by Servite Houses has been appointed as the London Borough of Ealing¹s preferred partner for the development of three purpose built resource centres, providing residential, nursing, respite and rehabilitation services for people who are aged 65 and over, with an overall price tag of more than £18 million. There will also be day care for people with dementia, an early diagnosis unit on one site and office accommodation for 90 professionals working in multi-disciplinary teams with older people. Servite will run the residential and nursing care and manage and maintain the buildings while the council and NHS will run the other aspects of the services. The centres will be built over the next five years on the sites of three of the council¹s existing homes for older people (Elm Lodge in Greenford, Martin House in Southall, Sycamore Lodge in Acton). The cost of building the centres will be funded by a grant under the Government¹s Private Finance Initiative, which aims to encourage partnerships b

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