Corporate Architecture are continuing to provide architectural services to their long standing client PrimeLife Limited to deliver two new care homes at a scheme in Louth, Lincolnshire.
The development is being built on a 0.79 hectare site in Park Avenue, formerly part of the Park Avenue Football Ground. Planning permission was awarded by East Lindsey District Council last year.
This is the next in a series of successful care home schemes that CA has worked on with PrimeLife.
The scheme consists of a two-storey care home development made up of four interlinked buildings with 28 bedrooms with ensuites, plus a two-storey, 60-bed care home on the same site.
CA Director Richard Coppock said: “We are delighted to be continuing our longstanding partnership with PrimeLife. Corporate Architecture has extensive experience in the health and care sector and look forward to seeing local people taking up residency and being happy and comfortable in their new surroundings.”
The new scheme includes a J-shaped extra care home with 60 en-suite bedrooms, communal lounges and dining rooms, a hairdressing salon, staff accommodation and a reception area and a second care home consisting of four interconnected accommodation units with a square-shaped central communal area, with one block in each corner. Each block will contain seven en-suite bedrooms over two floors with a ground-floor living room and kitchen and first-floor staff sleepover bedrooms.
The plans also include vehicular access to each building, parking areas and cycle storage spaces, along with private gardens and landscaped open communal spaces.
PrimeLife provides health and social care services through the operation of more than 60 purpose built care homes. For more details about the company visit https://prime-life.co.uk/
For more information about Corporate Architecture’s extensive experience in the care home sector visit https://www.corporatearchitecture.co.uk/corporate-architecture-ltd-portfolio/