Charterpoint plots course for Notts home opening
Charterpoint Senior Living has unveiled the marketing suite for its new care home in Nottinghamshire ahead of the first residents moving in this summer.
Operated by HC-One, Fosse Way View at Bingham will provide modern care accommodation close to the centre of the town.
Residents can choose one of four independent living communities, depending on the level of residential and memory care required to meet their needs.
The 70-bed care home will feature a range of facilities, including Buttercross Bistro, the Robin Hood Picture House and the Belvoir Hair and Beauty Salon.
Fosse Way View, built by construction contractor Lawrence Baker, has been developed mostly over two storeys, with one section over three storeys, on the site of a former police station in Grantham Road, Bingham.
Charterpoint chief executive said Adrian Goose said: “We are thrilled that the marketing suite has now opened its doors at Fosse Way View.
“This will provide the opportunity for future residents and their families to find out more about the excellent facilities and high standard of care and well-being that will be on offer at Fosse Way View when it opens in the summer.”
A risk assessment has been undertaken to ensure the safety of staff and visitors when looking around the marketing suite.
Temperature checks will be carried out and visitors are being asked to wear a mask and observe social distancing while visiting the marketing suite.
In a related development, a fund managed by TIME Investments, part of the Alpha Real Capital Group, has acquired the investment of Fosse Way View from Charterpoint.
‘’We are very impressed with the building and all credit to the team at Charterpoint, HC-One and Lawrence Baker for working through the pandemic to deliver a first class product,” said Alpha Real Capital Group social real estate portfolio director James Murray.
“The home will deliver high quality elderly care for the foreseeable future and it represents an important investment for TIME:Social Long Income,” he added.