Sunrise plans to spend £150m on new assisted living projects


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

Sunrise Assisted Living plans to invest £150 million into creating a widespread presence throughout the south east of England. Its expansion plans are beginning to take shape with four sites confirmed and several more in negotiation. The company, one of America¹s oldest and biggest providers of assisted living care, has already committed more than £10 million to one community at Frognal House in Sidcup, Kent, which now has more than 100 residents, and is currently building its second in Virginia Water, Surrey. Sunrise development director David Driscoll said planning discussions were being held regarding developments in Elstree, Hertfordshire and Reigate Surrey, where Sunrise has recently purchased the Grade II listed Wallfield House and adjoining grounds from East Surrey College for more than £1 million. He said negotiations were also in progress regarding the purchase of further sites in locations including Putney, Guildford, Beaconsfield and Tunbridge Wells. “The Sunrise offering is perfect for the UK,





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