NatWest funds Lancashire care village

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

Work is well advanced on a new care village in Chadderton, near Oldham in southeast Lancashire by Renaissance Living UK Ltd in a deal funded by the specialist north west healthcare team at NatWest. Operators Alan and Wendy Miller are directors within Renaissance Living Ltd as well as running Chadderton Total Care Ltd. The new 53 bed village is being built adjacent to the existing 150 bed care home run by Chadderton Total Care at Middlewood Court. The new project will also include a secure underground car park. Dave Kershaw, manager of the NatWest healthcare team said the first 14 apartments were now complete and had generated a significant amount of interest with a number of the units already sold. Work continues on the second phase of 39 apartments, with completion of the village expected by June 2007.

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