Tennyson Wharf to meet demand for high quality nursing and residential services


Barchester Castleoak BarchesterBarchester Healthcare has received the keys to Tennyson Wharf Care Home in Burton Waters, enhancing the independent care home provider’s portfolio.

Debra Owen, General Manager at Tennyson Wharf, was delighted to accept the keys to the latest 60-bed property on Park Lane from Frank Butler, Finishing Manager at specialist care home construction company, Castleoak.

Tennyson Wharf, commissioned from Castleoak by Barchester Healthcare and Cinnamon Care Capital, will meet the demand for high quality nursing and residential services, including dedicated dementia care in the local community.

During the build more than 50,000 bricks were laid and 11,962 plants, trees and shrubs were used to create the landscaped grounds.

Debra Owen said: “We are delighted to partner again with Cinnamon, and Castleoak has done a fantastic job constructing a stunning care home opposite the Burton Waters marina. Our expert interior design team has also added flair with bright furnishings and homely finishing touches.

“Our intention is to create a home that offers quality to our residents, where we can provide person-centred care to meet their individual needs. I look forward to welcoming our first residents this month.”

Simon Greenstreet, Customer Partnerships Director at Castleoak, added: “We are delighted to handover Tennyson Wharf, our 23rd care home for Barchester Healthcare and our second for Cinnamon Care Capital. In addition to fantastic facilities, this care home benefits from a superb location with panoramic views over the marina and countryside, which I’m sure residents will love.”

Ken Mackenzie, Developments Director at Cinnamon Care Capital said: “We are delighted to announce the latest addition to our portfolio of high specification care homes, and our fourth transaction with Barchester.”



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