Bouygues UK reaches care home milestone


Bouygues UK has reached a milestone in the construction of The Green Pastures Christian Nursing Home in Banbury.

Banbury mayor, Gordon Ross, and Bouygues UK’s chair of board of directors, Margaret Clark, operations director Simon Wingate and construction manager Pat Daly attended the ‘topping out’ ceremony at the home in Bath Road, the Banbury Guardian reports.

Margaret said: “We are so pleased that we can now extend our high standard of care to more people and to provide them with a home from home.”

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The 60-bed facility, which will replace an existing care home, will provide nursing and dementia care.

Facilities will include a hairdressing salon and nail bar, meeting and training space and a drop-in coffee bar which can be used by residents and the local community.

The Christian care home, which is being funded by Clydesdale Bank and built by Thomas Vale Builders, part of the Bouygues Group, is scheduled for completion in May.


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