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Plan to relocate care home to new facility

Plan to relocate care home to new facility

by Tom Martin (September 2021)

PLANS have been revealed to relocate  a care home in Maghull to a brand new facility.

Parkhaven Trust has put forward a proposal to relocate its existing home, on Deyes Lane, to a new purpose built facility at its Liverpool Road South site.

The proposed location of the new building was previously occupied by a building which was demolished in 2012, and the area left to grass.

The new development will be single storey with capacity for 36 beds, associated kitchens, staff areas, communal living space and gardens.

Bosses at Parkhaven say the relocation of this service will also enable staffing and resourcing to be shared more efficiently within the Trust.

The proposals state that access to the Mile Walk and Growing Plots within the grounds will not be affected by the location of the new building and Parkhaven encourage visitors to enjoy their parkland and estate.

Sefton Council will consult local residents and stakeholders once the application is submitted but Parkhaven say they welcome comments ahead of the submission.

Parkhaven Trust hope to submit the planning application in late September/early October 2021.

Comments can be made by emailing care@parkhaven.org.uk and need to be received by Thursday, September 24.

Parkhaven Trust has provided care services since 1888 on Liverpool Road South.



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