Work begins on 55 bed assisted living development for Essex based care home operator


Work has begun on the construction of a ground-breaking 55 bed assisted living development and a 77 bed care home which will provide residential and dementia care.


The new luxury development is being built at a cost of £23 million across a 3.3 acre site in Hutton Essex, by multi-award-winning care provider, Hallmark Care Homes.


The sites construction team, were recently joined by Hallmark Care Homes Managing Director Ram Goyal and The Mayor of Brentwood Councillor Sheila Murphy to officially mark the start of the build.


The assisted living development when opened will feature luxury 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom. Communal areas inside the building include a full staffed café/bistro, a bar and library as well as a wellness centre with bespoke gym equipment which will enable residents to exercise at their leisure.


Meanwhile, facilities at the care home will include; a café, cinema, hairdressers and therapy room. Each bedroom will have an en-suite wet room and all of those on the ground floor will have access to their own patio.


Other innovations at the home will include; five roof terraces, an outdoor log cabin as well landscaped gardens with 77 newly planted trees and a sensory walk for residents and visitors to enjoy.


MD, Ram Goyal said: “We have over 20 years of knowledge and experience of building award-winning care homes. We are excited to be able to create an engaging new care community at Hutton.”


“The home and assisted living development will provide residents with a place where they feel safe and supported to live an active and fulfilled life.”


The Hutton development is scheduled to open its doors to its first residents in early 2020.


The new development will be the Essex-based care group’s 21st care home and first venture into assisted living.


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