Willingdon Park Manor will provide residential and dementia care for residents of Eastbourne
Work has begun on the construction of Willingdon Park Manor in Eastbourne
Work has begun on the construction of a ground-breaking 80-bed Hallmark care home which will provide residential and dementia care services.
Willingdon Park Manor will be built by Hallmark’s sister company, Savista Developments, at a total project cost of nearly £20m across a two-acre site at Kings Drive in Eastbourne.
The site’s construction team was recently joined by Conservative MP, Caroline Ansell; deputy mayor, Councillor Sammy Choudhury; Hallmark’s managing director, Ram Goyal; and Hallmark chairman, Avnish Goyal, to officially mark the start of the build.
The care home will include residences for couples complete with fitted kitchens and bathrooms and communal areas will include a café, ice cream parlour, a state-of-the-art cinema, and a hairdressing salon and therapy room.
The home will have an abundance of outdoor space on all floors including terraces, a summer garden bar, winter garden activity centre, and half-acre landscaped garden with a woodland walkway.
Willingdon Park Manor is scheduled to open its doors to its first residents in late 2021.
The 80-bed facility is being built at a cost of nearly £20m