Yorkare Homes is creating 100 jobs at its £6m facility in Beverley, Yorkshire.
The home is the latest to include Yorkare’s innovative street scene model (see Yorkare Homes to open new ‘street scene’ care home).
Jonathan Garton of Yorkare told the Hull Daily Mail: “We will be recruiting 40 people from day one and over a 100 in the first year.
“The last two homes have won national awards for the best new healthcare designs and Beverley Parklands, which is due to open in September, will be built to the same high spec.”
Yorkare is a double winner of the Pinders design awards. Its Magdalen Park Nursing Home in Hull took the prize in 2015 and Lindsey Hall in Cleethorpes repeated the feat at this year’s ceremony (see Abbeyfield and Yorkare celebrate design awards).
Beverley includes a 70-bed care facility, with a separate care unit for nursing and residential care and two smaller dementia units.
Facilities will include an in-house pub, cafe, shop, hair and beauty spa, as well as formal gardens and an internal roof garden.
Jonathan added: “We are taking interested people’s details for a database now and will then arrange appointments for the open days early August.
“We expect room reservations will start then.”