Approval for Kingsley development in Suffolk
East Suffolk Council has approved plans for a Kingsley Healthcare care home development in Oulton Broad which will provide 32 bedrooms, dining rooms, lounges, café and a hair and beauty salon.
The home will provide hotel quality dining facilities with silver service to enhance the meal-time experience. First-class laundry facilities will be provided and staff will have access to quality changing rooms and showers.
Kingsley Healthcare’s chief executive Daya Thayan said: “We have worked closely with local councillors, planners and the local community and are delighted to present this scheme for a beautiful boutique care home that will define luxury care offering. It will create a further 100 jobs in the local area.
“We have committed £150 million to build new facilities and reconfigure existing services; we will be using the best materials and buildings will feature all the new energy technologies, and other ESG additions, to ensure environmentally-friendly developments.”
Kingsley Healthcare operations director Debbie McGovern commented: “It has been our goal to deliver the best care facilities for Oulton Broad and we are delighted to be able to bring this scheme to fruition in the months ahead.”