Dementia care plan out of proportion
sense to demolish what is already there and rebuild flats for local families, such as those recently completed at Hayes End library site.
This way, developers need not feast their greedy eyes on green belt land. share travel arrangements for the younger ones.
For the older kids, working out how to use the different buses adds to the fun. My daughter has gone alone for the past two weeks and has made new friends and bumped into girls she has not seen in ages.
So a huge thank you to Hillingdon for this fantastic set of opportunities for our young people to try something new. THE Red and Yellow Company is hoping to build 400 flats and other buildings on the Medi Parc in Harefield.
Red and Yellow estimates there would be 500 staff, and says this enormous dementia nursing development would be an experiment that has never been tried before.
The site would contain a huge restaurant, ‘extra care’ buildings and a network of roads.
The Medi Parc is 21 acres of green belt and so should not be built on. The country lanes leading to it are already reduced to single lane carriageways by parked vehicles.
Red and Yellow acknowledges that access to its proposed development would be a major problem. In addition, it has said that The King’s Arms roundabout in the centre of Harefield is what it calls a ‘key concern’.
Only 1.2 per cent of the population has dementia, so to bring into Harefield 400 people with dementia would be massively out of proportion to the population of the village.
Red and Yellow confesses to never having built even a small building, let alone a monstrous multi-block residential development.
It also says it has never run even a
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