Yorkshire Bank funds £4m Crown Care care home

Gail Fielding with Michael Ladhar

Yorkshire Bank has provided Crown Care with £4m for a luxury, 78-bed, elderly care home in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire.

The specialist dementia, premium facility, which is due to open next year, will create around 60 full time jobs once fully operational.

Michael Ladhar, Managing Director of Crown Care, said: “We are a family-owned business and we pride ourselves on providing thriving homes with a philosophy of care that puts the needs of our residents at the centre of everything we do and how we do it.

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“Crown Care is investing not simply in new homes but in taking the whole concept of care to the next level. We are delighted to partner with Yorkshire Bank on our Beaumont House development in Hucknall. The bank has a record of supporting a number of care projects and the development finance option perfectly suited our needs. Thanks to Yorkshire Bank, we will be building a facility to provide the highest possible standards of care for residents in Hucknall.”

Features at the home include wet-room-en-suites for every room, a café, hair salon, library, bistro, lounge areas, TV and activity rooms, as well as treatment rooms where professional beauticians will offer spa treatments and other services.

Gail Fielding, Director of Health & Social Care at Yorkshire Bank, said: “Crown Care Group has a wealth of experience when it comes to building and operating care home facilities. The national healthcare team at Yorkshire Bank specialises in providing tailored advice and support to our customers and it’s great to be working together on this care home development.

“We are committed to working with our customers to fulfil their growth strategies and Crown Care is overcoming a challenging environment to provide state-of-the-art facilities for the local community of Hucknall.”

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