Hadrian Healthcare Group invests in Leeds care home

Charles Wheeldon
June 17, 2022
Hadrian Healthcare Group
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Hadrian Healthcare Group has secured permission for a new care home for the elderly in Roundhay, Leeds, The Business Desk has reported.

The company will invest about £15 million in The Manor House Roundhay development, with construction beginning in the summer and completion expected late next year.

The home will offer 65 en suite bedrooms/suites with specialist accommodation for people with dementia and other memory impairments. Facilities will include a bistro, café-bar, a tearoom, beauty salon, private dining facilities, along with gardens and seating areas.

Respite care will also be available for those requiring a short break away from home or to convalesce after hospital treatment.

Hadrian Healthcare was established in 1995. The company sold five of its Manor House homes in Yorkshire and County Durham in 2019. It now operates two homes at Gosforth and Whickham in the Northeast. The company’s most recent development, The Mill House Skipton, will open next January.

Hadrian Healthcare’s owner and chairman Ian Watson said: “We look for sites that reflect our offering and Roundhay fits perfectly with our vision. We are sensitive to the Roundhay Conservation Area and have worked with planning officials and local representatives to ensure our home blends with the local architecture and enhances the area. Quality of care and quality of life is paramount to us – we are large enough to make a difference but small enough to care.”

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