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Morgan Sindall delivers first-class care home in North East Enfield

A photograph of the completed Enfield Care Home

Morgan Sindall has completed work on a £9.7 million care home in North East Enfield.

The facility was delivered for Enfield Council and will provide a new home at Old Road for 70 older people living in residential care.

The development includes 70 bedrooms, 17 communal rooms, a landscaped garden, hairdressing salon and a modern kitchen and is equipped to the highest Care Quality Commission standards with assisted bathroom hoists, specialist bathing equipment, lifts and safe storage for medication.

The development replaces Coppice Wood Lodge and Bridge House, and residents from these two neighbouring care homes will be the first to be welcomed into the new building.

The new building has been fitted with excellent personal and en-suite facilities in every room and increases nursing care capacity in Enfield, offering more accommodation than the previous homes.

The development has been constructed to a Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) rating of Very Good and achieved an Energy Performance Asset Rating B-classification in excess of the industry standard for a new build.

Neil Franklin, area director for Morgan Sindall, said: “Real care and attention has gone into every detail of the design and delivery of this home to ensure residents enjoy an outstanding experience. We’re delighted to have been a part of that process and to have delivered this fantastic development for Enfield Council.

“The new care home includes a number of great features that will ensure staff are able to offer residents first-class care and attention. While facilities like a hair salon and landscaped gardens will create a pleasant, stimulating and convenient environment for people living at the home.”

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