New care home completed in Stepney

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

Ascheme providing a 90-bed home for older people has been completed in the heart of Stepney, and the first residents have moved in. Specialist contractor Castleoak Construction Healthcare has handed over the £2.9 million, four-storey nursing home in Redmond Road, Stepney, London to Sanctuary Care, part of the UK¹s fourth largest housing association, Sanctuary Housing Association. The 4000 square metre traditional build scheme, named Hawthorn Green, forms part of an on-going programme of new build care homes commissioned by Sanctuary Care. The home has been named Hawthorn Green and comprises six suites, each serving 15 residents with its own lounge, separate dining room with kitchenette and assisted bath and shower room. Kitchen, laundry and staff facilities are accommodated on the top floor and other communal areas include a garden room, activities lounge, smoking lounge, hairdressing salon and quiet room. Every resident will have a single ensuite room. Most have views over the adjacent park and Canary Whar

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