NatWest funds home expansion


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

NatWest Commercial Banking has provided a funding package to The White House care home in Curdridge, Hampshire allowing additional units to be built to accommodate 24 new beds for elderly patients that suffer with dementia and other forms of mental illness. The new units, financed by NatWest, take the total bed count to 42. Each unit will have its own care manager to organise day to day running and will be themed around three local villages, including Hedge End, Botley and Bishops Waltham. Mike Harrison, senior manager for NatWest Commercial Banking in Southampton put together the £2m funding package.





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