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December 17 2020

Clydebank care home completes

A £14m care home has opened in Clydebank in compliance with Covid-19 guidance following delivery by CCG on behalf of West Dunbartonshire Council Health and Social Care Partnership (WDHSCP).

Queens Quay House provides 24 flats, each with their ensuite and living areas and supportive colour schemes chosen by the residents to ensure their comfort and independence.

Communal spaces include lounges, hobby spaces and a cinema as well as a variety of courtyard and garden spaces including sculptures and a water feature.  

Councillor Marie McNair, vice-chair of WDHSCP, said: “This new home and day service, built on the former John Brown site, will play a crucial role in providing high-quality care of the older people in our community whilst also promoting their independence. The design and layout have been carefully considered to provide outstanding internal features and courtyards and external communal gardens where residents can enjoy indoor and outdoor activities in a safe, uplifting and accessible environment.”

A further 144 affordable homes are being built on an adjacent site to complete in spring 2022. 

Courtyard accommodation houses 84 residents with a further 50 day care places available
Courtyard accommodation houses 84 residents with a further 50 day care places available
Themed courtyards offer views across the historic John Brown shipyard
Themed courtyards offer views across the historic John Brown shipyard

4 Comments

Ian Dickinson
#1 Posted by Ian Dickinson on 18 Dec 2020 at 18:03 PM
Nice building well thought out i live in Willox Park which is dire need of repair why can't they build a new Complex
Ross
#2 Posted by Ross on 18 Dec 2020 at 21:00 PM
Thou shall never escape .....

Nice building and I like the central court years but there is a strong institutional, prison like fortress element to it.
Johny Fast
#3 Posted by Johny Fast on 21 Dec 2020 at 15:11 PM
£14m divided by 24 flats = £583k a unit

errrrrr …. think someone's been ripped off
Rich Uncle Pennybags
#4 Posted by Rich Uncle Pennybags on 23 Dec 2020 at 06:16 AM
#3 So you know the price of everything and the value of nothing!
Not many 'flats' come with facilities such as cinema, hobby room and other communal spaces for your 50 pals to visit daily!

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