The home, specialising in dementia care, is to be built on land that was formerly home to a nursery and office. These have been demolished to make way for a single-storey building housing 45 beds, 15 of which are designated for people with high dependency needs.

The proposals also include two courtyards for residents, a lounge, dining room, and a nurses’ station.

The new facility will offer much needed care and support to those suffering from dementia as well as their families in Maghull and the surrounding area. Parkhaven Trust also expects a number of jobs to be created.

 

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