Oakdale Care Group are the latest company specializing in the care of elderly citizens in the United Kingdom to have bought a new development off LNT Care Developments. Known as Timken Grange and located in the area of Duston in Northampton, the development instigated by LNT will result in a brand new care home for citizens from all over the country to be able to provide the appropriate care for their elderly relatives and friends. Indeed, the high hope is that Timken Grange will be able to enable services that are the very best and latest in care, and the 66-bed location will include such fantastic attractions for its residents as a cinema and a library.
Not only this, the décor itself will feature an incredibly beautiful garden landscape that will ensure that the joy and comfort of those within its walls is seen to the fullest. Christine Cooper of LNT is elated that yet another of LNT’s projects is being brought to life, this time by Oakdale Care Group, and is pleased that the project is well under way and will provide excellent health care to those that are able to enter its doors. With the increased pressure on health care services (both in the NHS and in the private sector) to deliver the care and comfort that is required for those wishing to be treated, it is plainly evident that more projects need to be initiated around the country in order to ensure that our ageing population is looked after with the care and attention that it so thoroughly deserves.
Andrew Long of Oakland Care Group who have purchased the project is equally pleased with the agreement with LNT and is furthermore grateful to the local Parish Council for their continued support in the planning stages of the Timken Grange development. Set to be finished by December of this very year, LNT and Oakland Care Group are both excited to see that the project will be brought to life.