Awards recognise new design ideas

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

Winners of the Healthcare Design Awards 2001 received their accolades at a special luncheon held in London in February, attended by nearly 300 operators, developers, lenders, brokers and agents. The awards, sponsored by the valuers Pinders in association with Bank of Scotland, Citibank, Bank of Ireland and First National Commercial Banking, recognise the contribution made by developers, architects and operators to the provision of long term care in the UK. The six award categories encompass the broad range of care facilities catering for both the elderly and those with mental or physical handicaps. This is the second year of Pinders involvement in the sponsorship and organisation of the Healthcare Design Awards, which have been in existence for more than ten years. As specialist healthcare consultants and valuers, Pinders can call upon first hand knowledge of visits to nearly 30,000 care businesses. The Awards are open to any project which has been completed in the two preceding years, with one award dedicate

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