ILG invests £250,000 in improvements


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

Independent Living Group (ILG) Ltd, a provider of residential care for adults with learning disabilities, has announced a £250,000 refurbishment programme for three of its Kent-based homes; Mansion House in Brompton and West Dene and Northwood House, both located in Gillingham. The programme will provide an improved modern environment for all service users in each home. The programme, which is split into two phases, will enlarge bedroom sizes, refit new kitchens, add new ensuite facilities and update existing bathrooms and wet-room facilities. The second phase will include updating the living and dining furnishings to a high standard, fit new carpets and provide general redecoration. New car park facilities will also be created at the front of two homes. The refurbishment of Mansion House is already underway, whilst the planned updates for West Dene and Northwood House will start in August and October, respectively.





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