Friday, January 21, 2022

Care services firm purchases modern office property

Commercial property agents, Rushton Hickman Ltd, has just sold a 1,350 sq ft (125.42 sq m) two storey modern office property on behalf of private investment clients to Bluebird Care Services.

The property is located in the rural setting of the Lancaster Park Development at Needwood, on the outskirts of Burton upon Trent. The development comprises a mixture of modern industrial/warehouse, business and office units.

The new office location at 9 Lancaster Park, Newborough Road, Needwood, Burton-on-Trent will house a fully functional training facility to support their care team, along with a carers lounge, open plan office for management staff and several meeting rooms.

Bluebird Care provides a range of home and live in care services in the local community, which includes, reablement care, night sitting services, respite care, dementia care, learning disabilities support, and end of life care.

Operating across East Staffordshire and South Derbyshire, Bluebird Care provides homecare to their customers living in Burton, Uttoxeter, Marchington, Doveridge, Rocester, Swadlincote, Hatton, Tutbury, Barton and surrounding areas.

Rick Parekh, director of Bluebird Care, said: “It’s exciting times at Bluebird Care as we move into our new office in Needwood, Burton-upon-Trent.

“We have seen a continual growth for our services, providing high quality care to our customers in the comfort of their own homes and our new office will support us to increase our capacity of care. We hope to recruit 30 new care staff allowing us to provide further care and support in the local community and create new job opportunities.”

Vicki Jones, care manager at Bluebird Care, said: “Our dedicated team are proud to deliver a homecare service that we would be happy for our own family and loved ones to receive. We have a fantastic team whose passion is to always provide great quality homecare and the new office move will provide our care team with better support, including a learning and training facility, not to mention, their own dedicated carers lounge!”

Rushton Hickman commercial property agent, Simon Walker, said: “We are pleased to have recently concluded the sale of this property to Bluebird Care. As the property benefits from an excellent road network and is ideally located for Bluebird Care to provide services across the East Staffordshire/South Derbyshire regions, it was therefore an obvious choice to be considered for purchase.”

Mark Richardson, director of Rushton Hickman, added: “It’s great for us to have helped such a worthwhile business as Bluebird Care find a new home.

“The fantastic office premises they occupy with their flexible space and open plan layout are a perfect example of the type of facility many businesses are now looking for as a hub with a team who combine both home and office-based working. We see this as being the way the office market is going as we move into 2022 and beyond.”

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