A multi-million pound refurbishment is planned by WCS Care at its Woodside care home in Warwick.
WCS Care has created plans for a state of the art replacement care home on the existing site.
Christine Asbury, WCS Care CEO, (pictured) said: “Woodside was built on the Spinney Hill site in the 1950s, so it is due for an upgrade to ensure we continue to meet the ambitions of the people who live there.
“Over the last 12 months, we’ve been talking to residents and their families about ways to modernise the home and we are pleased to announce our intention to submit proposals for the development of an inspirational new home that will be built on the existing site, subject to planning permission.
“It’s a really exciting time for WCS Care and we’re delighted to continue pushing the boundaries of innovation to ensure every day is well lived.”
Woodside provides long-term residential and short-term respite care for up to 40 older people and those living with dementia.
Plans for the residence include family scale households with ensuite rooms with facilities, including a spa, cinema and launderette.
The plans are due to be submitted for approval later this year.