Aldringham takes Healthcare Homes’ portfolio to 16


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

East Anglia-based Healthcare Homes Group (HHG) has announced a £3 million pound investment programme to expand some of its newly acquired care homes, adding 59 new bedrooms at four of the 16 homes now owned by the group. The work includes: # A new 20-bed extension to Home Close in Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire, in addition to the four extra bedrooms currently being developed. # 18 new bedrooms to be built at The Hillings, Eaton Socon, Cambridgeshire. # 11-bed extension to made to Overbury House, Wroxham, Norfolk. # Six new bedrooms to be added to Oaklands House, Southwold, Suffolk. HHG chief executive Richard Clough said the investment programme was in line with the group’s intended growth and would expand some of newly acquired homes as envisaged at the time of their acquisition. “This will enable us to continue to offer the high quality standards of service that our residents have come to expect,” said Mr Clough. “We are proud of our achievements to date at Healthcare Homes and are constantly looking to





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