DWA Architects start work on Dartford care home

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Work has begun on a new 75 bed care facility in Dartford, Kent, with York-based DWA Architects providing construction drawings for the project.

Working on behalf of main contractor Horizon Construction, the new facility will make use of a redundant site to provide a contemporary care home facility. The site is the former West Hill hospital at the junction of King Edward Avenue and West Hill.

David Ward, Managing Director of DWA Architects, said: “We pride ourselves on delivering quality work for our clients which in turn leads to quality care facilities. This project will deliver a modern, state-of-the-art care home, designed to complement its surroundings.”

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Work has now begun on the site, and the care home is expected to open in 2019.

DWA Architects has worked on over 450 care homes over the last 30 years and won 15 industry awards for its work in this field.

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The author Lee Peart


  1. I have worked for age Uk for 5 years firstly on the bathing team and now on the nail cutting service. I do two clinics and visit clients in their own home. Do I need NVQ to apply for a job at the new Dartford site
    Thank you
    Nicola Stevens

  2. Good afternoon Lee.
    Would you happen to know any contact details for the company who is going to be running the care home please?
    A Email or phone number.
    Thank you.

  3. Can you help me in asking for the person that will be recruiting for care assistant jobs in your new home on west hill kind regards

  4. When will be the opening of Westhill Care Home @ Dartford, I am an experienced Healthcare Assistant, I am interested and excited to apply for a job there .

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