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£1.7m nursing home opens for business

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A 1.7m nursing home near Shipley has opened for business this month, following the successful completion of a fourteen month building project by QSP Construction.

The Glen Nursing Home in Baildon, which will operate as a specialist dementia care home, includes 56 single en-suite bedrooms and state-of-the-art facilities such as reminiscence pods, a sensory room, cinema and hairdressing salon.

The Glen is the latest in a series of regional building projects won by Bingley based QSP Construction and was built for was built for The Glen Nursing Home Ltd whose owners – The Holt family – also own and operate Kingston Nursing Home in Roundhay, Leeds.

QSP’s current project portfolio also includes a new church and guest wing at Stanbrook Abbey near Thirsk (£2.5m), eleven bespoke homes in Ranmoor, Sheffield (£2.8m) and a new £750,000 visitor centre at Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet near Sheffield.

Director of The Glen Nursing Home, Daniel Holt, said:

“The Glen was designed specifically for people with dementia.

“We wanted a purpose-built modern facility to serve the people of Baildon.

“QSP overcame a number of challenges on site and have delivered an exceptional quality building. We’re delighted with the final result.”

QSP director Andrew Walker said:

“The Glen is a striking, purpose-built care home which reflects the exacting standards in construction we strive to achieve in all our projects.”

Director of QSP Construction Andrew Walker outside the Glen Nursing Home near Shipley (2) (small landscape)
Director of QSP Construction Andrew Walker outside the Glen Nursing Home near Shipley

 


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