Triton secures contracts for care homes in Whitchurch and Crewe

Charles Wheeldon
June 10, 2022
Liberty Care Developments

Triton Construction has secured contracts to deliver two new £8 million care homes for Liberty Care Developments. 

Triton will soon start on site to deliver a 72-bed care home on a two-acre site in Whitchurch, and construction is already progressing on a 72-bed care home on a 1.35-acre site in Crewe.

The buildings are three-storey care homes to facilitate end of life health care for residents, including those with special needs. They are being built for specialist care provider Anavo Group.

Paul Clarkson, managing director at Triton Construction, said: “These developments require very specific installations to support people that need specialist nursing care and provide an opportunity for those most vulnerable to maintain their personal choices and independence. This extends to the provisions outside, as well as inside, of the estates and our delivery extends to disability provisions and aesthetic landscaping with privacy.

“We have built a strong and trusting partnership with Liberty Properties to become its preferred construction partner and are discussing further development projects as it pursues expansion in the care sector.”

Andrew Baddeley, managing director at Liberty Care Developments, commented: “We are delighted to be working with Triton to bring forward much needed, high-quality, specialist care homes in the Northwest as part of our expansion drive. Liberty Care is currently delivering 144 C2 beds for care home operator Anavo and we are actively seeking further care home sites to meet the significant need for purpose built, modern and safe care facilities in the Northwest.”

Law firm Bevan Brittan acted on behalf of Anavo on both of development projects.

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