After 10 years with Carless + Adams, Neil Rutland is taking early retirement to focus on his loves other than architecture! Neil has led and added much value to projects spanning integrated retirement communities, care homes and dementia care homes. As Associate he has led the team in an exemplary manner driving QMS, EQMS and strategy helping […]
Melissa Magee attended a Think Tank event yesterday hosted by The Business Magazine – South East and James Cowper Kreston as part of research project occurring across the Thames Valley and Solent. The project collected views of senior business leaders who provided thoughts on business needs from the next Government. The research canvassed 100 companies in the region supported by
Planning consent has been provided in Ashford on an existing approved site, where an adjusted scheme has been updated to include 10 assisted living apartments, complimenting an existing care home. These apartments have capacity for a live in carer, enabling the residents to age in place. Each apartment has independent access, with the upper floors
We’ll be jumping on the Elizabeth Line and heading to exhibit at The Care Show London on 24th and 25th April this year (we’re also at the NEC in October, love Brum). Melissa Magee and George Morris are speaking in the Business Theatre on day two discussing Refurbishment vs New Build and Preservation vs Innovation. We all know that demand
It’s amazing how receiving planning approval can warm your soul even on the coldest of days! Approval has been received for Cornwallis Court in Bury St Edmonds. The two storey, 64 bed care home will be located on the site of an existing care home, developed through a phased approach to minimise disruption to existing
Our January positivity is on a roll after receiving planning approval for Village Green in Bedfordshire for PRESSBEAU LIMITED. The proposal involves the development of a 60-bed care home and modifications to the Grade II listed building. The removal of the single-story extension will enhance the existing facility, allowing for a new entrance and arrival area
As Architects we never just focus on the here and now but have a spotlight on the future too….drawings to be made, plans to be submitted! We wanted to give you a snap shot of what we have been up to over the last 12 months. A huge heartfelt thank you to those who’ve made
Have you heard the phrase work hard and play hard? Well that definitely applies to the team here at Carless + Adams who celebrated Christmas in style at a home once frequented by King Henry VIII. As one of Jane Seymour’s family homes we admired every piece of architecture, from the floor to the ceiling,
‘Twas a few weeks before Christmas and much merriment occurred at lunchtime. Festive knits were worn, cheese eaten and competitive spirits unleashed. The teams designed and constructed a (gingerbread) IRC against the clock and the winning team were awarded with a prized handshake from a well known, talented, experienced biscuit eater.
Melissa Magee and Monica Dhillon attended the launch of WiRL (Women in Retirement Living) last night. Great to meet minds from across the care industry and hear the plans from WiRL going forward. WiRL’s mission is to empower women and other underrepresented groups within the sector, through networking, knowledge sharing, and mentoring. They believe that growing and evolving the retirement
Through November, Carless + Adams ran a reverse advent calendar where we donated groceries goods each day.
George Morris and Gordon Wallace attended the National Care Awards on Friday night. The awards recognises those working in the care sector that have demonstrated an outstanding contribution throughout the year. All the finalists thoroughly deserved this acknowledgement and it was a very enjoyable evening speaking with our care sector colleagues (plus Gordon got to wear his kilt!).