Morris Care wins planning approval for Extracare units


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

Shrewsbury based Morris Care has won planning approval to build 37 bed extracare units alongside its Radbrook care home in Shrewsbury and the building of extracare apartments at Corbrook Court in Audlem is already under way. Morris care chief executive Sue Humphries said the new developments would offer independent living, with the assurance of purchasers owning their own property, while having the security of professional help at hand within the site. “This kind of housing gives people who might otherwise consider residential care, the opportunity to stay independent for longer,” said Ms Humphries. “Menus of services and care, combined with ‘on call’ support systems, will guarantee purchasers the freedom to enjoy life and an independent retirement.” The restoration and refurbishment of the Coach House and Poolside Cottages to provide extracare homes at Corbrook Court, Audlem is now well under way and completion of these two bedroom apartments is due this spring. Morris Care operates four care hom





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