Charity invests £2 million in new nursing home


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

Recently appointed Secretary of State for Education and Skills Estelle Morris, MP for Yardley in Birmingham, started the digging for the development of a new £2 million plus nursing home for local charity Yardley Great Trust. The Trust¹s current nursing home is in a rented building which will not meet the National Minimum Standards to be introduced next April, so the Trust has decided to build a new nursing home in the conservation area of Old Yardley, on the site of the former vicarage. Pinders are acting as project management for the development. Yardley Great Trust chairman Iris Aylin said the final building design was the result of lengthy consultation with local residents and the Council¹s conservation and design officers. “Local residents in particular will be glad to see the start of the development, as the former vicarage has been the target of regular attacks by vandals while empty,” Ms Aylin said. “When the project is finished, we shall have a superb new building to match the quality of care that





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