Care home provider Yorkare Homes is to roll-out its dementia ‘street scene’ care model in a new £6m home.
Plans for the home in Beverley East Yorkshire follow Yorkare’s redevelopment of Lindsey Hall in September (see Yorkare £6m care home is streets ahead).
Laurence Garton, development director at Yorkare Homes, told the Hull Daily Mail: “We are putting in two street scenes for memory reminiscence and resident interaction.”
The 70-bed facility will include a separate care unit for nursing and residential care and two smaller dementia units.
Features will include a pub, hair and beauty spa and internal garden.
Yorkare’s Magdalen Park Nursing Home in Hull won the Pinders Award in 2015 and Lindsey Hall in Cleethorpes has been nominated for this year’s prize.
Beverley Parklands is being constructed by Hull based Hobson & Porter.
Laurence said: “Once the building is fully up, in the early summer, we will be talking to potential residents. At least 100 jobs will be created on the site.
“Hobson & Porter are undertaking the work and are on programme and doing a fantastic job.
“They have been using lots of local contractors which is also extremely pleasing.”