Here's a time-lapse video of how work is progressing at Warwick's new care home

Care home provider WCS Care has released another time-lapse video of how work is progressing at their new care home in Warwick.

Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 12:29 pm
Updated Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 12:42 pm
The proposed design for Woodside care home in Warwick. Photo by WCS Care.

Work started on the new state-of-the-art Woodside care home in Spinney Hill in April 2018.

The care home will replace the former Woodside care home, which closed for demolition in 2017.

The new time-lapse video shows progress from January to March.

The proposed design for Woodside care home in Warwick. Photo by WCS Care.

In February a 'topping out' ceremony was held to mark the three-storey home reaching its highest point.

Now internal work has now started.

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When the home is complete, which is due to be in Autumn, it will feature family-scale households for six or seven people with ensuite bedrooms, as well as a spa, salon, cinema, cafe, and a side-by-side bike-for-two with a cycle track.

The 'topping out ceremony' from left to right: Martin Gallagher, Managing Director ' Deeley Construction; and from WCS''Care - Christine Asbury, Chief Executive; Robin Singh, Carer; and Ed Russell, Director of Innovation and Development

The state-of-the-art home has been designed by local architects Robothams and will encourage people to spend more time outdoors.

External walkways will replace internal corridors and an open-air courtyard will provide easy access to features including a shop and traditional launderette.

Smart phone apps will be also connected to mobile care monitoring which is linked to a Relative’s Gateway, where people can check and interact with their loved ones’ care 24-hours a day.

For more information about WCS Care or the new home in Warwick click here