Work is has begun on a £9.5 million care home on Buckingham’s Lace Hill, which its developers say will create upwards of 70 new jobs, Buckingham today reports.
The luxury 62-bed Lace Hil Manor Care Home will be part of the Maria Mallaband Care Group. The care home will offer large en-suite rooms, some with private patios, as well as lounges, restaurants, communal areas, landscaped gardens, and luxury facilities including an orangery.
Situated on Needlepin Way, alongside the site of a proposed new healthcare hub, the three-story care home will be set in landscaped grounds, with quiet terraces and lawns surrounded by planting, including striking topiary.
Daniel Turner-Naylor, operations director for the Maria Mallaband Care Group, said: “Our vision for the new Lace Hill Care Home is a luxurious five-star environment giving those living there everything they want, need, and deserve, from the beautifully landscaped grounds to the architect-designed building, to the high-quality interiors.
This home is going to be truly special, right down to fixtures, fittings and furnishings, and the chef-created menus. We know there is a real demand for more care home beds, especially in Buckingham and the surrounding villages, and we want to meet that need with the Maria Mallaband Care Group’s well-renowned offer, which includes luxurious settings, the best facilities, and bespoke, compassionate and lifestyle-enhancing care.”
To find out more about the Maria Mallaband Care Group visit www.mmcgcarehomes.co.uk or to enquire about jobs visit trace.mmcgcarehomes.co.uk
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