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New dementia care home for Sutton

Gary Burns, Midlands Asset Finance, Kris Sooriam and Trish Sooriam, owners of Bank House Care Homes Group, and Jon Saltinstall, Senior Healthcare Banking Consultant at Lloyds Bank.

Gary Burns, Midlands Asset Finance, Kris Sooriam and Trish Sooriam, owners of Bank House Care Homes Group, and Jon Saltinstall, Senior Healthcare Banking Consultant at Lloyds Bank.

A new 40-bed care home that will offer specialist demential and mental illness care is set to open in Sutton.

The home is owned by Bank House Care Homes Ltd and will open next door to the company’s existing 53-bed purpose built Ashcroft home on Langton Road.

The development has been made possible thanks to a multi-million pound funding package from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking and comes in response to a booming demand for dementia care places.

The home is the latest major project undertaken by Bank House since the company was founded in 2000. Its portfolio also includes the purpose-built Bluebell Lodge dementia care home in Skegby.

Pictured are Gary Burns, of Midlands Asset Finance, Kris and Trish Sooriah, of Bank House, and Jon Saltinstall, senior healthcare banking consultant at Lloyds Bank.

Bank House director Kris said: “We’re pleased to have secured the support of Lloyds Bank on this latest project, helping us to meet the huge demand for acute dementia care here in Sutton.”

 

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