BUPA to spend £1.5m on Harrogate refurbishment


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

BUPA is to invest £1.5 million in a major refurbishment of the Southlands nursing home in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. The refurbishment will take place over the next 12 months and will include high quality upgrades to all 68 bedrooms and to the home¹s living and dining areas. BUPA Care Homes director Peter Ludford said his company was committed to providing high quality care to residents in all 245 of its care homes. “As part of the £15 million we invest in our homes every year, we¹re spending £1.5 million on improving facilities for residents, staff and visitors at BUPA¹s Southlands nursing home,” Mr Ludford said. Each of the bedrooms at Southlands will be refurbished to include an ensuite bathroom. Other developments will include the creation of a comfortable restaurant, a contemporary coffee lounge for residents and visitors and two further lounges ­ one with a licensed bar. Work has already started on the refurbishment and is due to be completed before the end of 2004 to ensure minimal disruption t





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