Work starts on Meridian’s project in Leeds

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

Work has begun on Rievaulx House, Meridian Healthcare’s latest development project in Leeds. The new care centre will provide long term residential accommodation for 52 older people, with each bedroom being a minimum size of 16-18 sq metres, the largest in the Leeds area. Each room will feature ensuite facilities and there will also be some ground floor rooms with access to courtyard and individual patio areas. All residents will have access to landscaped, secure gardens and outside areas. Rievaulx House will also include an on site hairdressing salon, spacious lounges and restaurant areas, cinema room and relaxation therapy room. Meridian managing director Alan Firth said the development work was scheduled for early July 2008 and would create more than 40 new jobs for local people in the area. “We are delighted to be starting work on our latest project and investing in further services for vulnerable adults in the Leeds area,” said Mr Firth. “Rievaulx House will undoubtedly surpass the expectations o

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