New £9 million care centre set to be built in Flint town centre
Flintshire County Council has recently approved plans for building a new care centre in Flint town centre, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.
The Earl Lea Scheme is worth £9 million and was designed by John McCall Architects for Pennaf Housing Group. Plans include 72 self-contained one and two-bed apartments with a range of communal facilities. Four maisonette blocks built in the 1960s are also due to be demolished for the scheme.
Communal facilities will include a café, restaurant, hairdressers, sky lounge and multi-purpose rooms. Sustainable measures will also be installed, including solar panels and rainwater harvesting with combined heating and power systems.
Carl Grannell, Director at John McCall Architects, said: "There is a long-term need for independent, extra care living in Flintshire and this high quality scheme will expand the choice available."
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