Home for 42 offers Cotswold views


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

Accommodation for 42 elderly residents has been provided at a new care home in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. Specialist healthcare contractor Castleoak Construction designed, built and furnished a new nursing home in the grounds of Southerndown nursing home in Chipping Norton. The construction of the new home was commissioned by the owner of Southerndown, Barchester Healthcare, in response to increasing demand for accommodation in the existing home. The home has been built around a highly attractive landscaped courtyard and all rooms have outstanding views over the surrounding Cotswolds countryside. Castleoak says it has used high quality traditional materials throughout the construction process to ensure the second home blends in with the existing architecture and beautiful setting of the site. Following Castleoak¹s successful completion of the contract, Barchester appointed the company to develop another care home in Trowbridge in Wiltshire. Being built in the grounds of an existing nursing home known as D





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