Flagship development for Lincolnshire


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

A flagship care development, including a care home, extracare apartments and community doctors’ facility is to be built in Lincolnshire for the UK’s second largest non-profit care home provider, the Orders of St John Care Trust (OSJCT).

The Trust has received planning permission for what will be its first development in Lincolnshire, where its operations first began in 1991. The new resource centre is to be built on the on the site of OSJCT’s Fosse House home in Lincoln, which currently offers 42 care beds.

The proposed three-storey development will consist of 90 care beds, 40 extracare units, a community health centre, pharmacy and specialist facilities for dementia care.

Martin Greener, OSJCT’s Lincolnshire County Director said the new facility would greatly improve the range of care options available to older people living in Lincoln, offering high quality care in a premium setting.

‘This is the Trust’s first development in Lincolnshire, the county where our operations first began, and will





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