Stonehaven beats the bad weather to keep £3m Devon care home project on track


Stonehaven Care Group is ramping up work on a £3m facility that will bolster its ability to provide specialist dementia care in Devon.

The care home company, which expects to create 30 jobs in Devon as a result of its investment in the new Primrose House site, says its launch plans remain on track despite difficult weather conditions through the winter hitting its schedule.

Work on the 30-bed Primrose House in North Devon first started in July last year and Patrick Newton, contracts manager from Morgan Sindall, said that activity would now pick up throughout the summer as it targets an autumn opening.

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“The weather during the winter months has been challenging, however, we have managed to stay on track,” he told the Plymouth Herald.

“We have employed a predominately local workforce who have worked tirelessly in helping us achieve our goal to complete the work on site.”

Primrose House will boast views across the Devon coastline as far as Saunton Sands, when it is finished, as illustrated by the main picture, which it posted on its website this week.

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