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Sector’s finest recognised at The Pinders Healthcare Design Awards

Celebrating winners

Cutting edge care home innovation has been recognised at The Pinders Healthcare Design Awards 2020.

Leading care home providers Country Court Care, Majesticare, Dormy Care Communities, Porthaven Care Homes and Yorkare Homes were amongst those honoured.

Three-times Outstanding care home provider and now three-times Pinders’ winner Yorkare Homes triumphed in the Best Care Home for Elderly (lower development budget) category for Tranby Park in Hessle, Yorkshire.

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Operations director Jonathan Garton told CHP: “I am delighted we have received this award, it is fantastic recognition for all of their hard work in creating such a fantastic home at Tranby Park. Ideas such as reminiscence shops on the corridors of our dementia care areas, in built activities and restaurant fronts not only create a luxury environment but they also aid our staff in providing high quality care to our residents. We are proud to have now received this award three times, after Magdalen Park and Lindsey Hall have won it previously.”

Country Court Care scooped the Best Regeneration Project prize for Tallington Lodge in Stamford, Lincolnshire.

Managing director Alykhan Kachra said: “We are thrilled that Tallington Lodge has been chosen as the winner of this prestigious award.

“Our residents are at the heart of everything we do and we are very proud of the exceptional surroundings we and our building services team have created for them at Tallington Lodge.”

Luxury care home provider Dormy Care Communities was also among the winners, taking the award for Best Care Home for the Elderly (Medium Development Project) for Brockington House in Herefordshire.

CEO of Dormy Care Communities, Helen Davies-Parsons, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have won this award, it is a real testament to all the hard work and commitment from everyone involved.

“Thanks to Caroll Builders, Harris Irwin architects, chessman consulting, Kelly Wilson Interiors and everyone who made this happen.

“What truly makes our homes are the ladies and gentlemen who live with us, and it continues to be an absolute privilege to care for them. For me, that is the greatest reward and long may this continue.”

The other winners on the night were:

Best Independent Living Scheme

ALBANY MEADOWS in BALSALL COMMON

OWNED BY:  AMBER INFRASTRUCTURE

ARCHITECTS: HARRIS IRWN

 

Best Specialist Dementia Facility

FALKLAND GRANFE in NEWBURY

OWNED BY:  PORTHAVEN CARE HOMES

ARCHITECTS:  CONDY LOFTHOUSE

 

Best Care Home for Elderly (higher development budget)

CAVENDISH PARK in EVESHAM

OWNED BY:  MAJESTICARE

ARCHITECTS:  DWA ARCHITECTS

 

Tags : Country Court CareDesignDormy Care CommunitiesMajesticareYorkare
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