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Loan deal for facility

Care Homes raises £3.8m for new centre

Jamie GrantCare Homes Scotland has agreed a £3.8 million bank loan which will enable the company to develop a new nursing home.

The family run business currently operates a 70 bed home in Glasgow and is adding a 95-bed facility in the Campsie Fells.

The Clachan of Campsie will also house a café, hairdressing salon, cinema and private dining rooms, allowing residents and their relatives to experience a neighbourhood atmosphere.

With four units over two floors, the facility will provide 150 jobs including nurses, carers, catering and housekeeping staff.

The deal was led by Barclays relationship directors Helen Hutchison and Lesley Dunbar.

Shal Oswal, director at Care Homes Scotland, said: “The new facility will allow us to deliver this ethos and service to even more clients.”

Jamie Grant (pictured), head of business and corporate banking at Barclays, said: “We are keen to help more companies like Care Homes Scotland realise their ambitions.”


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