£1m care home for growing firm

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A family firm that runs two care homes in Derbyshire is building a £1m elderly and dementia care facility in Dronfield.

The Green Nursing Homes has started construction of a 39-bed home on land adjacent to one of its other buildings in Dronfield. It is set to open in September.

Deepak Jaiswal, managing director said: “I am thrilled that construction of our new specialist care facility is underway. The home will provide much needed quality care for the elderly in the Chesterfield area and our dementia focussed provision will be a welcomed addition to the ever-increasing elderly people who suffer from dementia.

“The funding support we have received from RBS has been excellent and the loan is enabling us to create a modern, state of the art care home, which will provide us with the best facilities possible, to care for our clients.”

Established in the early 1990’s, The Green Nursing Homes limited is a family-run business that owns and operates two care homes in Derbyshire – The Green Care Home in Dronfield and The Green Care Home in Hasland. Both homes have been awarded ‘Quality Premium” status by Derbyshire County Council.

RBS supported the company with a seven figure loan.

Paul Curzon, senior relationship manager at RBS said: “The firm is a highly respected provider of care in the Chesterfield area. Mr Jaiswal has taken the opportunity to expand on his business portfolio by acquiring land adjacent to The Green Dronfield and constructing a specialist care facility. This will provide much needed quality care for the elderly and dementia sufferers in the area and will be a much valued addition to the local care offering.”

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