New Luxury Care Home starts hiring process


A new luxury care home being built in Beverly is inviting job applications for various positions. The multi million pound care home named Yorkare Home is expected to generate about 100 jobs, thanks to facilities that include a private pub, shop and hair and beauty spa. It is estimated to cost £6m.

The firm had previously received a whopping 400 applications for a care home it opened in Cleethorpes. The positions available at the care home include nurses, care assistants, cooks and other assistants. The firm, which says it will respond to all applicants by the end of May, will begin interviewing in June.

Jonathan Garton, at Brantingham-based Yorkare Homes Ltd, said: “We will be recruiting 40 people from day one and over a 100 in the first year. “The last two homes have won national awards for the best new healthcare designs and Beverley Parklands, which is due to open in September, will be built to the same high spec.”

The development includes a 70-bed care facility, with a separate care unit for nursing/residential care and two smaller dementia units. Street scenes, with shop front displays and working shops, will be incorporated into the dementia care units for memory reminiscence and resident interaction.

There will be a large covered terrace on the top floor with artificial grass, which will mean each floor has easy access to outdoor space. The 1.3-acre site off Hull Road also has scope for large gardens.

Mr Garton said: “We are taking interested people’s details for a database now and will then arrange appointments for the open days early August. “We expect room reservations will start then.”

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