The write up on the facilities available are everything that any one needs to live comfortable. I was very impressed every thing has been thought of.Pamela ,
A new applicant applying
The project to build the Gladstone House Extra Care facility in Newark is now complete and ready for residents to move in. The new building comprises of a range of beautiful apartments for people aged over sixty, made up of 48 one-bedroom and 12 two-bedroom homes, as well as extra facilities such as a beauty room with hairdressers and a cafeteria. Forty of the sixty apartments will be occupied by residents who have been identified by Nottinghamshire County Council as suitable for the accommodation. The remaining twenty apartments were opened to applications from Newark and Sherwood Homes.
The £8 million facility has been purposely designed to be dementia-friendly, meaning no two corridors are the same. Some corridors are differentiated by feature walls, with themed vinyl wall coverings of historical pictures and images, such as Southwell or the River Trent. This provides residents with a trip down memory lane, whilst also helping to navigate around the building.
The features of the building have been carefully selected to help residents live independently, but with access to 24-hour support. These include designated charging spaces for mobility scooters, level access wet rooms, assisted bathing rooms, guest suites and underfloor heating.
Outside, there are attractive sensory gardens with a living green wall and the cascading atrium green roofs. The living roof is completely covered by vegetation which will absorb rainwater and also provide insulation to reduce energy consumption.
- Civil Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Geotechnical Engineering
Newark & Sherwood District Council
Henry Boot Construction
Gladstone House is a brand new purpose-built housing development, for people aged 65 or over, located 1.5 miles from Newark town centre.