Healthcare Design Awards

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

Presentation of the annual Healthcare Design Awards took place in London in February. Attended by a wide spectrum of those involved in the design, construction, funding and operation of Britain’s nursing and residential care homes, the awartds were presented by Diane Moran (the “Green Goddess”) who is chairman of Stage for Age, the celebrity arm of Help the Aged. The awards were sponsored and organised by specialist consultants and valuers Pinders, in conjunction with a number of major banks which lend to care home developers. The six awards covered all aspects of care provision, including specialist homes for blind, deaf and handicapped people, as well as assisted living complexes for elderly people. Pinders director Jon Chapman said that, despite continued uncertainty about the future direction of long term care, the mood of the guests was generally upbeat, with many commenting on the very high standard of the projects on show, and their confidence in the sector. “The awards are an important recognition of

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