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Hallmark stamps West Sussex


build milestone Hallmark Care Homes has kicked off construction of a 64-bed residential and dementia care facility in the West Sussex village of Angmering. The luxury development, which will be


built by Hallmark’s sister company Savista Developments, is being built at a cost of £11m on a 1.9-acre site at Pound Place. The construction team was joined by Angmering parish councillors John Oldfield, Sylvia Verrinder and Mike Jones to officially mark the start of the build. The development is scheduled to open


Making Space finds room for £11m Warrington extra care scheme


Making Space has won the right to provide care at the £11m Harpers Green extra care housing scheme in Warrington in Cheshire. The development by north-west England


growth and regeneration organisation Torus will provide independent living for people over the age of 55.


Harpers Green consists of 97 one- and two-


bedroomed apartments available for affordable rent or sale through shared ownership. The apartments have been designed to


create individual homes within a community where older people can live with the reassurance that tailored care and support is available, assessed to their individual needs. The scheme is generally aimed at over-55s,


although younger people may be considered on a case by case basis. Warrington-based Making Space provides


the care at ten other extra care housing schemes around the UK. The social care charity will be on site to


support residents with check-in visits, personal care, domestic tasks, healthcare visits, travel and more. Residents at Harpers Green will have


access to facilities including communal areas, landscaped gardens, guest suite and assisted bathroom. An on-site hair and beauty salon, bistro and bowling green will be open to the wider community. Torus supported housing commissioning manager Sarah Houghton-Grimshaw said: “We cannot wait to see residents moving into the scheme and beginning the next exciting phase of their lives. Our extra care developments make a real impact in changing lives and partnering with Making Space will certainly help us achieve this at Harpers Green.” Following a delay arising from the


coronavirus pandemic, Harpers Green is expected to be completed in September.


its doors to its first residents in late 2021. When open, the site will include a cafe serving complimentary hot drinks and homemade cakes and biscuits, a state-of- the-art cinema and a luxurious hairdressing salon and therapy room. The bedrooms will be full ensuites with showers and all bedrooms on the ground floor will have access to their own patio. Other features at the home will include


an ice cream parlour, reminiscence lounge, garden room and an outdoor roof terrace. “The home will provide residents with a


place where they feel safe and supported to live an active and fulfilled life,” said Hallmark chairman and Savista Developments director Avnish Goyal. The Angmering development will be Hallmark’s 22nd care home and Savista’s fourth Hallmark care home project since launching last September.


July 2020 • www.thecarehomeenvironment.com


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