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Sanders Senior Living to add Worcester sauce to care home portfolio


Sanders Senior Living has won planning permission to build a 77-bed care home in Worcester expected to be open for residents by summer 2021. Permission to build The Belmont, which is


expected to follow a 12-month build schedule, was approved by Worcester City Council. The Belmont will offer 24-hour residential


care for older people, including those living with dementia. The development will offer a range of


private suites set over three floors and will feature a cinema, spa suite, hairdressing salon,


cocktail bar, lounges, library, private dining and bistro restaurants. The Belmont will also feature multilevel sun


terraces and balconies, as well as an open-air quadrangle in addition to ground floor suites enjoying direct access to the surrounding gardens. Sanders Senior Living said the home would


match high-spec interiors and facilities of its other properties, appealing to the self-funding market. “The Belmont will be a highly desirable new


place to live. Set in beautiful, manicured gardens and opposite productive allotments for the keen gardener, this splendid new care home will benefit from an array of cafes, art galleries and buildings steeped in history to visit,” the company said in a statement. The Belmont is Sanders Senior Living’s third


care home development. The first is Graysford Hall in Leicester, followed by Claridge Place in Solihull.


Making Space offloads Lincolnshire home


to National Care Consortium National Care Consortium (NCC) has acquired the Gables Manor 20-bed residential nursing home in Lincolnshire from Making Space. The home in Ingleby, rated ‘Good’ by the


Care Quality Commission, provides support to adults living with learning disabilities and associated needs. Adult health and social care charity Making


Space said it sold the service, commissioned by Lincolnshire County Council, as part of a strategic refocusing of its learning disability services. Making Space director of operations


Gaynor Chisnall said: “Gables Manor has been a Making Space service since January 2010 and since the beginning, we have been incredibly proud of how our team has operated. "The love and affection they show for residents and their ongoing commitment to


caring for people has always been extremely strong, which is reflected in the Good CQC rating. "The current team will continue to support


residents as they transfer to NCC. With NCC's experience in providing quality, specialist care and the current Gables Manor team giving continuity, we are confident that Gables Manor and residents will have a positive future.” NCC director Tanzeel Younas added: “NCC


is delighted to have added Gables Manor to its portfolio of homes. We have a strong track record of delivering high quality services and having met the team and residents personally, we are extremely excited to get to work. "The team has done a fantastic job in


achieving Good overall on their CQC inspection and we look to build on that so that we can deliver outstanding care and support for the residents of the home."


Radcliffe home in West Yorkshire enters new Domain


The Radcliffe residential home in Mirfield in West Yorkshire has been sold to Domain Care for an undisclosed sum. The property, located in the in the


Kirklees district, provides long term care for up to 34 residents and was rated ‘Good’ in its last Care Quality Commission inspection. Set in its own grounds off the


Huddersfield Road in Mirfield, the home is a converted and part purpose-built property. The home was previously owned by


Kevin Martin, who ran the service for over 20 years. “The care home has a longstanding


tradition of providing quality care to the elderly in Kirklees,” said Domain Care director Shafayat Hussai. “We aim to continue providing a high


standard of care for the elderly at Radcliffe. We also look forward to working with the dynamic team of managers and carers who have maintained a high standard of service despite the difficult times everyone is currently facing,” he added. The sale was handled by specialist


broker Christie & Co. director Jonathan Wickens said: “Despite these unprecedented times, we are still seeing activity across the care sector. This is our third sale in North of England since the beginning of April”. He added: “Operators continue to


show resilience and provide fantastic levels of service through dedicated staff, to our elderly and vulnerable sectors of the community.”


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