Bingham: Developer Charterpoint hands over latest care home after completion of Fosse Way View
Developer Charterpoint has handed over its latest care home after the completion of Fosse Way View in Bingham.
Specialist care and nursing home construction company Lawrence Baker built the 70-bedroom home, which will be operated by HC-One.
Charterpoint director Giles Nursey said: “We are thrilled to see the completion of Fosse Way View — a superb, modern care home that will be an asset to the town of Bingham. Charterpoint specialises in developing first-class senior living facilities across the UK and it is a proud moment for us to complete a development just a few miles from our headquarters in Edwalton.
“Contractor Lawrence Baker has done a sterling job to keep the project on track, despite the challenges of the covid pandemic.”
Fosse Way View has been built on the site of the town’s former police station.
Residents can choose one of four independent living communities, depending on the level of residential and memory care required to meet their needs.
The care home will feature a range of facilities, including Buttercross Bistro, the Robin Hood Picture House and the Belvoir Hair and Beauty Salon.
It will be HC-One’s second care home in Bingham. It already runs Beauvale on Moor Lane.
Tracey Tomlins, managing director at HC-One, said: “We are excited to formally open next month and are looking forward to welcoming our new residents, their loved ones and our colleague team and providing high-quality, person-centred care at Fosse Way View.”