First phase of Croydon scheme completed

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

The ‘Caring 4 Croydon’ consortium, including main contractor Osborne, has handed over two care facilities for frail, elderly people in Croydon, Greater London.

Heavers Resource Centre and Fellows Court comprise the first phase of Croydon Council’s £39 million ‘Homes for the Future’ programme to replace outdated social care facilities with modern buildings. Heavers Resource Centre includes a residential unit for elderly, mentally frail people, two day centres, and offices for the Community Mental Health Team, Community Memory Service and the Alzheimer’

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