Mission Care’s new build completed

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

A new flagship care home has opened in Bromley, Kent, providing accommodation for more than 60 of the Borough1s older residents. Castleoak Construction has completed a £2.8 million contract for Christian charity, Mission Care, to design and build a 60-bed home which showcases the very latest in care home design. The scheme was completed within programme and budget. Built on the site of an existing care home which had to be replaced, the three-storey home in Oaklands Road has been named “Greenhill” after the site1s original home. Designed to exceed the National Minimum Standards, all 60 bedrooms are for single occupancy with ensuite showers. An octagonal tower provides a focal point for the entrance to the home on the corner of Oaklands Road and Grasmere Road. This accommodates the reception area on the ground floor and lounges on the upper floors, offering excellent views over the neighbourhood. The existing garden and wooded areas to the rear of the original home were protected and preserved during the cons

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