Jewish Care gets go-ahead for care campus

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

he London Borough of Barnet has approved plans for not-for-profit provider Jewish Care to build a care campus on its Golders Green site.

The plans include a new 54 bed nursing and dementia care home, 45 extracare supported living apartments, a small day centre for older people and new offices for Jewish Care. This will involve the redevelopment of the charity’s headquarters Stuart Young House in Golders Green Road, the adjoining Michael Sobell Community Centre on Limes Avenue and vacant land along Beverley Gardens.

Jewish Care’s chief executive Simon Morris said the planning approval had been a unanimous decision and everyone everyone had been very positive.

“The care campus will be the first of its kind for the Jewish community and will be one of the most exciting care developments in the country,” said Mr Morris.

“The campus will cost in the region of £40m and will provide c

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