These amazing care homes with their own shops, bar and cinema are coming soon
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 13 Jun 2018
Funding has been secured to build two new state-of-the-art East Yorkshire care homes – each with their own bar, shops and cinema.
The care homes, which will create up to 160 new jobs, are for sites at Hessle and Hornsea.
Brantingham-based Yorkare Homes has secured an eight-figure funding package from HSBC for its developments.
Laurence Garton, development director at Yorkare, said: “It is no secret that the demand for care homes is growing rapidly across the UK.
Shops in the care homes could look like this
“However, with this increasing demand, is also a higher expectation on the quality of the care bedsavailable.
“With the financial backing of HSBC, we are now positioning Yorkare to meet this demand with these two extra developments in our local area and we are already discussing the potential of delivering new developments in the near future.”
Inside a Yorkare Homes care home
The award-winning provider already has five care homes across East Yorkshire, including at Beverley Parklands, providing residential and dementia care to over 350 residents.
Preparatory works are now under way at Tranby Park Nursing Home, Hessle , which is expected to open in May 2019.
Work is expected to start on the Mere View Nursing Home, Hornsea, in October. The new care homes will border countryside, with residents enjoying access to large gardens.
Inside Beverley Parklands Care Home (Image: Jerome Ellerby)
Scott Christian at HSBC said: “Yorkare is a fine example of a dynamic business that is delivering a fantastic service to its residents, as well as creating scores of local jobs.
“It is a pleasure to support Yorkare as it undergoes rapid expansion and we look forward to seeing the business welcome residents to its new homes.”
Yorkare has a strong reputation in the care sector for delivering high quality accommodation, with its Magdalen Park and Lindsey Hall homes securing industry design and clinical care awards, as well as gaining outstanding CQC ratings.
Established in Brough in 1988, Yorkare owned and managed a group of care homes before deciding to sell their portfolio and focus on the development of innovative new build homes.
The company recently opened the £6m Beverley Parklands Care Home, which created 100 jobs.
Facilities at the 78-bed Beverley Parklands include two street scenes with an in-house bar, shop, cinema, tea room and hair and beauty spa, as well as fake shop fronts.
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