Hammerson House redevelopment begins


Posted on January 9th, by geoff in Caring Times. Comments Off on Hammerson House redevelopment begins

Work has begun on Nightingale Hammerson’s redevelopment of Hammerson House in North London.

Project manager Michael Anderson,Nightingale Hammerson president Harvey Rosenblatt and Nightingale Hammerson chairman Melvin Lawson.

The £36m redevelopment project will significantly increase the capacity of the home to 116 residents. Hammerson House sits at the heart of Hampstead Garden Suburb, which provided inspiration for the new design, using the natural woodland setting and the proven therapeutic benefits of natural light, as part of a life-enhancing holistic care programme for the home’s residents.

The new Hammerson House will provide 116 new resident en-suite bedrooms, to meet a range of different care needs, from residential care to advanced dementia and nursing care. Bedrooms are located within six distinct ‘households’ to encourage independence and choice for every resident, and helping them to become fully integrated in Nightingale Hammerson life.





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