Clegg Construction win £4.6m contract to build Worcestershire care home

Clegg Construction has won a second multi-million pound contract with Cinnamon Care Capital to build a new care home in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.

The £4.6 million deal will see the Nottingham-based construction firm build Burcot Grange - a residence primarily for dementia patients - for the care home provider adjacent to the existing Burcot Grange care home operated by the Cinnamon Care Collection.

The building will provide 56 en-suite bedrooms along with a hairdressing salon, coffee shop, reception area and landscaped gardens.

Due to be completed in the autumn, the scheme follows on from the contractor's completion of Cedar Mews care home in Birstall, Leicestershire.

The £5.1 million facility features 73 bedrooms, a cinema, bar, lounge and beauty salon as well as specialist facilities for residents with dementia.

Simon Blackburn, managing director of Clegg Construction, said: “Repeat business forms a major part of Clegg Construction’s business model and we’re delighted our relationship with Cinnamon Care Capital continues. Cedar Mews is an excellent development, and Burcot Grange is progressing well.”

Kenneth MacKenzie, development director at Cinnamon Care Capital, said: “We are pleased to be contracting again with Clegg Construction following the recent successful completion of the Cedar Mews project.”

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