New build project for B&M Care

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

Hertfordshire-based care company B&M Care have purchased a site in Redbourn, Hertfordshire with planning permission for a 60-bed, purpose-built residential care home which will include a dementia care unit. Work is scheduled to begin early next year. The planned development is expected to provide more than 80 full or part time jobs and boost the local construction industry. Chairman William Hughes said the B&M Care Group owns and operates 16 residential and nursing homes in the north counties and had been a care provider for more than 25 years. “Our aim is to provide residents with first class care in a quality Ôhome from home’ atmosphere where family and friends are always welcome,” Mr Hughes said. B&M Care was recently awarded “best new development Ð elderly care” for Ashlyns residential home, a 55-bed home in Berkhamsted. The accolade was part of the National Healthcare Design Awards sponsored by Pinders and the Bank of Ireland.

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