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Luxury Care Home in Birstall Funded by Clydesdale & Yorkshire Banks

A brand-new, purpose-built care home has been developed in Birstall on the Northern outskirts of Leicester after receiving a multi-million pound funding package from Clydesdale Bank’s Specialist and Acquisition Finance team.

The home, Cedar Mews, offers 73 beds over three storeys and enjoys commanding views over the surrounding Leicestershire countryside. The ‘state-of-the-art’ facilities include a cinema, spacious residents’ lounges and large bedrooms, all with en-suite wet rooms.

There is an emphasis on providing fine dining and a range of activities for all residents, as well as the highest standards of health and dementia care. The development employs around 100 members of staff.

Declan Walsh, Managing Director, Cinnamon Care Group, said: “We are pleased to have secured funding for Cedar Mews, Cinnamon Care Collection’s latest care home in Birstall, Leicester. We have developed a strong relationship with Clydesdale Bank, this being our fifth care home funded by them, which we look forward to continuing as we grow our business.”

Gavin Dean, Senior Director, Specialist and Acquisition Finance, Clydesdale Bank said, “We are delighted to be able to support the development of this fantastic facility as part of our longstanding relationship with owners, Cinnamon Care Capital. We’re sure it will provide an excellent service to those who need it.”

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