Greater Manchester care facility to create 100 jobs

McGoff Construction’s Stan Houghton left with Aidan Oaks right

A £15m care facility in Worsley, Greater Manchester will create 100 jobs when it opens later this year.

Work on the New Care service, which is being led by McGoff Construction, is expected to be completed in November having begun in September last year.

Dawn Collett, Commissioning Director at New Care, said: “It’s great to see build well underway and so much progress on site in Worsley.  We are pleased to be able to confirm that this care facility will open later this year, providing much needed care services in the locality.

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“It will be the company’s first care home in Salford, complementing our already well-established existing facilities across the North West, and we are looking forward to employing a new team in Worsley, creating approximately 100 local jobs.”

Based in Altrincham, New Care is one of the UK’s leading development-led care home operators with a growing portfolio of award-winning care facilities across the UK.

Each of its luxurious care homes feature fully furnished private bedrooms with en-suite wet rooms, stylish communal lounges and elegant dining rooms, spa assisted bathrooms, a hairdresser and nail bar, as well as secure beautifully landscaped gardens.


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