Multi-million redevelopment planned for Buckley care home

Marleyfield House in Buckley, Flintshire is set to extend significantly in a new redevelopment scheme.

The £8.4 million project will see the quantity of beds at the Welsh care home double, rising to 64 from its current capacity of 32. The extensive update to the property will also improve the wellbeing of care home’s residents through greater accessibility features and an increased number of outdoor areas.

Every room for elderly residents will now benefit from an outdoor space for personal use. For rooms on the ground floor, this will mean a patio, while those located on the first floor will enjoy balcony views. In addition, the new extension will boast a raft of other enhancements on site, including medical facilities, increased storeroom and office space, extensive environmentally considerate landscaping and more parking places for visitors.

Christine Jones of Flintshire County Council commented:

“It was great to see this fantastic modern extension to Marleyfield taking shape. It has fabulous views and will offer state-of-the-art facilities. This reaffirms the Council’s commitment to quality services, investing money in critical services.”

Local architects helping to develop public and commercial buildings and private house extensions in Macclesfield, Buckley and other parts of the UK can offer their skills, experience and insight to streamline plans, paving their road for planning approval.

The Marleyfield House redevelopment scheme has remained resilient and managed to stay on track despite difficulties, such as enforced restrictions, during the coronavirus crisis. Building work on the care home is set to complete by next summer.

Posted by Mark
December 28, 2020
Developments

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