Planning application for Leeds Care Village to be heard soon

  • Care Village Plan

The proposed plans for a care village in Leeds, near Maidstone, Kent, will be heard by the planning committee in April.

The care village will comprise a 36-bed care home and 99 close care and assisted living apartments together with extensive communal facilities, including a wellness centre, at Ledian Farm, Leeds.

The care village will also form an important community facility, providing a range of 'day care' options for older people and will include a shop, restaurant, cafe, library and craft room. There will also be a meeting room for local clubs and societies. The wellness centre will include a treatment room for GPs, and facilities for relaxation, physiotherapy, and rehabilitation.

The Ledian Farm site, which is owned by the Gallagher Group, is currently an unattractive industrial estate that is incompatible with the adjourning conservation area and Leeds' historic buildings.

For more information on the plans for a care village in Leeds village, click below:

Proposal for a Continuing Care Retirement community in Leeds

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