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Cirencester Golf Club and The Pickstock Group announce their plans for a New Quality Care Home which enables the building of a new Club House for the Club�s second century on their Cirencester site.

We are pleased to confirm that we have reached an agreement which provides for a joint planning application to be submitted for a modern Club House and a new Care Home.

There is a shortage of high quality Care Homes in the area and the needs of our local community will continue to increase with an ageing population. The particular location provided from golf club land will ensure a very pleasant environment for all who live and work there. Jobs will be created, helping the local economy.

Once Planning Permission is obtained the Pickstock Group will build the Care Home. On completion it will be handed over to European Healthcare who will be responsible for its operation. The two Companies have several joint ongoing developments and Care Home Operations.

The future operator of the home, European Healthcare Limited, is one of the largest providers of health and social care services in the UK. It operates over 4,000 elderly and specialist beds.

The Golf Club Directors aim to replace the existing old building originally built for temporary use with a new high standard Club House in keeping with one of the best Golf Courses in Gloucestershire.

For further information contact

Richard Collishaw �Cirencester Golf Club
Tel 01285 652465
E-mail [email protected]

Andrew Locke � The Pickstock Group
Tel 01746 789426
E-mail [email protected]

Posted : 07/04/2009 11:25:15

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