A major milestone has been marked at a new, 74 bed Hallmark care home in Angmering, West Sussex which will include 16 luxurious suites alongside several state-of-the-art facilities.
The site’s construction team were recently joined by Hallmark Care Homes’ chief operating officer, Aneurin Brown, Chair of Angmering Parish Council Nikki Hamilton-Street and several local councillors to mark the next stage of the build.
As part of the special event, the last roof tile was officially laid by Nikki Hamilton-Street. Guests then enjoyed refreshments nearby and a presentation from the care homes interior designer, regional hospitality manager and regional dementia practitioner.
Angmering Grange Care Home is being built by Savista Developments at a cost of £13 million on a 1.9-acre site at Pound Place, Roundstone Lane in Angmering. The home will provide residential, nursing and dementia care and create 100 jobs locally.
Aneurin Brown said: “This year we will celebrate 25 years of building and running multi-award-winning care homes. We are excited to be able to create a luxurious and engaging new care community in Angmering and are so grateful for the local support we have received so far.
Nikki Hamilton-Street said: “Angmering Parish Council were delighted to be a part of Angmering Grange’s topping out ceremony. We witnessed a high-quality building which we hope will bring employment as well as a care home to the parish. We are very much looking forward to working with them in the coming months prior to the opening later this year to assist their integration into our community, and for many years to come.”