Healthcare Design Awards winners announced


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

This year¹s healthcare Design Awards winners were announced in London in late March. The winners were: Best New Development (Specialist Care): Fenny Lodge residential care home, Catcliff, Rotherham, owned by Milbury Care Services. Architect: Steve Morris. Best New Development (Elderly Care): White Rose House care home with nursing, Thongsbridge, Huddersfield, owned by Meridian Care. Architect: Chris Carr Associates. Best Assisted Living/Close Care Project: Crystal Fountain retirement village, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, owned by: contact Mr Stephen Critchell. Architect: Martin Branston. Special Award: Huntercombe Roehampton Hospital, Holybourne Avenue, London, owned by Four Seasons Health Care. Architect: The Fairhursts Design Group. Best Redevelopment Project: Southlands Nursing Home, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, owned by BUPA Care Homes. Architect: Richard Waltho. Best Extension to an Existing Home: The Checkhouse, Seaton, Devon, owned by Wendy & Charles Maitland. Architect: Olorun Planning Partnership Ltd





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