Four Seasons further commit to upgrading the quality and look of their homes

Four Seasons Health Care, one of the country's largest owners and operators of care homes, have announced new developments showing their commitment to improving the quality of their homes.

Four Seasons Health Care, one of the country’s largest owners and operators of care homes, have announced new developments showing their commitment to improving the quality of their homes.

A new in-house design team has been introduced to the company in order to lead on a multi- million refurbishment campaign of their homes.

Denzil Hughes has been appointed as Design/Fit out Manager. He has an honours degree in Interior Design and has worked in a similar role for 10 years with other healthcare companies, as well as working for design consultants furnishing various hotels and show houses.

Amy Smith has been promoted to Project Manager for refurbishments. She has been an Estates Supervisor within Four Seasons for the past nine months and has spent five years in fit out and facilities management roles in another healthcare company.

“These appointments and supporting funds are part of our continued commitment to enhancing the quality, the look and interior design of our homes, for the benefit of our residents”, comments Roy Bicknell, Four Seasons Estates Director, whom the new team report to.

Four Seasons 2007 commitment follows on from work which began late 2005 where 16 homes were similarly upgraded with a £2.4 million spend.

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