Stafford retirement complex to bring 25 jobs
A new £11 million retirement complex being built in Staffordshire will deliver 25 jobs, the developers have confirmed.
The complex, on the former Brooklands School site on Eccleshall Road, Stafford, will include 55 apartments once completed.
Developer Adlington Independent Living are behind the scheme, which will be called Brooklands House when it is finished.
Claire Reede, from the firm, said: "We are very excited to be bringing Adlington to the West Midlands and are really looking forward to seeing Brooklands House take shape over the coming months.
"Our site is ideally located on Eccleshall Road, overlooking the beautiful Doxey Marshes and within easy reach of a good selection of local shops.
"The 24-hour on-site care and support, provided by our partner MHA (Methodist Homes), has been a popular feature on our other developments.
"The trusted charity organisation has been providing care and support for more than 70 years across the UK and will be on hand to support any homeowners if they ever need help.
"We would advise people to register their interest on our website."
The new 'luxury' apartments will feature a mix of one, two and three bedrooms.
A marquiting suite will be opened in the coming weeks while show apartments will be available to view in the summer.
When up and running there will be 24-hour care for residents.
The apartments are being designed with safety and security in mind, the firm also said.
Other features will range from slip resistant shower rooms to emergency call systems, which will be linked to an on-site carer.
The complex will also feature a table-service restaurant providing breakfasts and three-course lunches.
While facility will include a hairdressing salon, lounge area, spa and therapy suite and activities room.
The apartments themselves are set to have fully kitted-out kitchens, balconies and patios, en-suite bathrooms with heated towel rails.
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