CHD Living to develop care setting in Surrey

CGI of CHD Living care home

CHD Living plans to develop a care village in Deepcut, Surrey – part of a wider project that will include 1,200 homes, a primary school, nursery, church, sports pitches and village pub.

Work on Mindenhurst Care Village is due to start in 2025 and will become CHD Living’s 15th care home.

It will provide care for older people, including those living with dementia, as well as individuals who have suffered physical trauma and those who require post-operative convalescent support. It will have 70 bedrooms, 20 post-operative care suites, a gym, hydrotherapy-pool, cinema, salon and bistro.

The project, which has been designed by architecture firm Pollard Thomas Edwards, will aim to achieve a BREEAM rating of ‘very good’ and will follow sustainable construction practices.

‘With Mindenhurst, we’re reimagining the future of living and care for older people and those in need of specialised support. This initiative is a testament to our desire to setting a new standard for care that is rooted in understanding, respect, and a relentless pursuit of betterment,’ said Liakat Hasham, co-founder and chief executive at CHD Living.

Richard Kirkpatrick, project director of the Mindenhurst Development, added: ‘We are delighted to welcome CDH Living to the Mindenhurst Development, where we aim to create a vibrant community that caters to the needs of its residents… We are excited to see their vision come to life and witness the positive impact it will have on the development and the wider community.’

Acquisition of the care setting has been funded by Barclays Corporate Banking and advised by Bevan Brittan LLP.