Results of previous consultations

Caddington Hall

We want the best possible quality of life for all our residents and are committed to developing and improving accommodation with care for older people.

We own and operates 7 care homes which were built several decades ago and which currently no longer meet the expectations of customers and regulators in terms of facilities and accommodation.

So, when better options become available elsewhere, we will consult with residents and relatives about the future.

The opening of Dukeminster Court, a brand new care home in Dunstable, and other good quality residential care homes in close proximity to Caddington Hall, mean that the Council can now offer alternative and improved accommodation to the residents of this home.

Having reviewed a number of options for the future of the home, the Council’s preferred option was to offer and arrange accommodation for the existing residents in good alternative care homes and then to close Caddington Hall.

You said

Response – Caddington Hall (PDF 556.6KB) .

We did

At Executive on the 7 July 2015, Councillors took into account the feedback from the consultation and decided that Caddington Hall should close. 

We have commenced detailed work with the residents to understand their needs and preferences, to agree an alternative care home for each of them and to arrange their move.

We will also be working with and supporting the staff in the home to look at their employment options.

We want the best possible quality of life for all our residents and are committed to developing and improving accommodation with care for older people.

We own and operates 7 care homes which were built several decades ago and which currently no longer meet the expectations of customers and regulators in terms of facilities and accommodation.

So, when better options become available elsewhere, we will consult with residents and relatives about the future.

The opening of Dukeminster Court, a brand new care home in Dunstable, and other good quality residential care homes in close proximity to Caddington Hall, mean that the Council can now offer alternative and improved accommodation to the residents of this home.

Having reviewed a number of options for the future of the home, the Council’s preferred option was to offer and arrange accommodation for the existing residents in good alternative care homes and then to close Caddington Hall.

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