Paragon takes lead on sustainable ‘eco-homes’


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

‘How green is your care home?’

Paragon Healthcare Group, a provider of specialist residential care for adults with learning disabilities and other complex needs, has begun work on its first sustainable ‘eco-home’.

Hunters Lodge in Wormelow Tump, Herefordshire, will open in Spring 2008 and has already passed the Government’s assessment under its Code for Sustainable Homes.

Located on a scenic leafy, wood





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