Two new projects for Trinity Care

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

Trinity Care plc has acquired Kenilworth Grange, a 60-bed purpose-built dual registered home in Warwickshire, and has also signed a three year contract to manage St Basil’s nursing home in Southampton. Kenilworth Grange, which offers 40 nursing and 20 residential beds, was formerly run by a subsidiary of Advantage Healthcare, which effectively went into administrative receivership last October. The acquisition was completed with the assistance of the Allied Irish Bank and the lease arrangement is with Caddick (Kenilworth) Ltd. Trinity had provided design input when the development had appeared likely to be a Trinity Care project. The future of St Basil’s nursing home has been secured in a transaction which saw the home purchased by Lindan Homes Southern Ltd and a three year management contract with Trinity Care to manage the home. Trinity says an application has been made to register the home for 46 beds, and planning approval will be sought for 40 assisted living units.

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