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Charterpoint files plans for 76-bed residential care home in Leicestershire


Developer Charterpoint Senior Living has submitted plans for a 76-bed residential care home at Thurnby in Leicestershire. The scheme on Uppingham Road features


a range of facilities over four floors, including communal lounge, dining and relaxation areas, cinema, and hair and nails studio, along with terraces and gardens. The proposals have been submitted to


Harborough District Council following consultation with local residents and Thurnby and Bushby Parish Council. “The proposal is an attractive scheme which we believe would enhance the local area and provide high quality care home accommodation for the neighbouring community,” said Charterpoint director Giles Nursey. In a related development, planners have paved the way for phase two of a residential


scheme masterminded by Charterpoint in Lincolnshire. Snape Properties began building the first 80 homes at Westfield Park, off Grimsby Road, Louth, in 2018.


The housebuilder has exercised an option


to buy a further 40 plots now that East Midlands-based Charterpoint has received reserved matters planning permission for the latest 160 properties on the site, which will include a mix of houses and bungalows. Planning permission has now been granted


for a total of 240 homes on the site. Meanwhile, a planning application for a care home has been lodged with East Lindsey District Council for a separate plot adjacent to the residential land. The plans for a two-storey, 66-bed care


home have been presented by care home specialist LNT Care Developments.


HC-One on construction home straight for first York home


HC-One has celebrated a key milestone of construction of its first care home in the city of York, the 80-bed Mossdale Residence. The care home operator has held a


topping out event and naming ceremony with development partners Morgan Sindall Later Living and City of York Council. Due to open in the autumn, Mossdale Residence will feature a dedicated cinema room, bar, hair and beauty salon, hobby and crafts room, and a range of lounge, dining and outdoor terrace spaces. HC-One said it would bring a range of


digital care tools to the home, including electronic care records that enable carers to spend more time supporting residents and enable a greater level of oversight,


accountability and peace of mind for families. “We strive to be the first-choice care


provider for residents and colleagues in every community we serve,” said executive director John Ransford.


Mossdale Residence is the centrepiece of the Health and Wellbeing campus being developed on the old Burnholme Community College site in York. The development was one of just nominees


for the Project of the Year award at the recent Government Property Awards. The development of Mossdale Residence is the first of a number of new partnerships HC- One has formed with local authorities. HC-One’s new development division will be announcing further partnerships in due course, the company said.


News inbrief


n Northcare has filed plans with Glasgow City Council to build a 72-bed care home on Kilmarnock Road in the south of the city. The proposals include cafe and cinema, hair salon, private dining room and cocktail bar.


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n Perseus Land and Developments has applied to Chichester District Council to build a three-storey, 64-bed care home in Selsey in West Sussex. The plans include a specific design approach and an environment suited towards the


provision of specialist dementia care. ....................................................................................


n CALA Homes Thames has won permission from Runnymede Borough Council to build a 118-bed care home as part of the wider St Peter’s Quarter


development in Chertsey, Surrey. ....................................................................................


n Scottish Borders Council has approved £18.5m funding for the construction of two 60-bed care homes: one in Hawick – to replace the ageing Deanfield – and the other in the central Borders.


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n Barchester Healthcare has broken ground on two new care homes in southern England: Florence Court in Fareham, Hampshire and King’s Park in Ferndown, Dorset. Both properties are


being built by McGoff Construction. ....................................................................................


n Encore Care Homes has appointed Niki Richards as manager of Hamble Heights residential, nursing and dementia home near Southampton in Hampshire. Prior to the appointment, Richards was the care


and quality director at Encore. ....................................................................................


n Roselands Residential Home in Heyside Royton near Oldham in Lancashire has been sold to Patrick Hennessy, an experienced care operator based in Northern England for an undisclosed sum.


May 2020 • www.thecarehomeenvironment.com


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