CCG commences work on luxury Stirling care home

Glasgow-based contractor and manufacturer CCG (Scotland) has commenced work on a new luxury care home development in Stirling.

CCG commences work on luxury Stirling care home

The 50-bed Livilands Luxury Suites Care Facility, for Morrison Community Care Group, is located on Randolph Road, just south of Stirling city centre.

The facility will provide a range of comfort and amenity for the elderly that includes private rooms with en-suite facilities, a hair & beauty salon, café and private gardens as well as being able to access 24-hour nursing services delivered by expert staff.

CCG began work on Monday, marking the fourth time that it has collaborated with Morrison Community Care Group since 2017 and the second project to have commenced this year after embarking on the delivery of Queens Harbour View Luxury Suites, a 56-bed facility, in Troon in February.

David Wylie, managing director of CCG, said: “Morrison Community Care’s ambition matches our own in that we want to deliver industry-leading standards of care for the elderly across Scotland.

“With an ageing population, the provision of high-quality care is becoming more and more important and from a CCG perspective, we will do whatever we can to promote resident comfort by ensuring quality standards and enhanced energy performance.

“Our successful partnership has spanned the breadth of the country and we look forward to bringing both of our live projects to fruition in 2021.”

Paul Sokhi, managing director of Morrison Community Care Group, added: “As a group, we continue to strive to lead the way with design and technology to provide safe, luxury, fit-for-purpose facilities for our current and future services users.

“These facilities are greatly required, not just to meet the shortage of care beds, but to allow a safe place for our most vulnerable members of society during this COVID-19 pandemic, as well as any future pandemics.

“In order to keep our service users safe we are ensuring Livilands Suites features safe ventilation systems, a visiting room, small self-contained units, separate staff toilet/changing facilities, outdoor space, PPE stations and hand wash sinks.”

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