ExtraCare Framework Appointment
We’re delighted to announce that Rolton Group have been appointed on the Mechanical & Electrical Consultancy Services framework for The ExtraCare Charitable Trust.
As one of three engineering consultancies appointed to the framework agreement, our team are excited in having the opportunity to support The ExtraCare Charitable Trust’s forward development programme. The programme plans to undertake both the development of new build retirement villages and the refurbishment of their existing schemes, to develop and enhance ExtraCare’s sustainable communities located predominantly across the Midlands.
The ExtraCare Charitable Trust currently has more than 3,800 homes across 19 retirement villages and housing schemes, with a variety of social, health and leisure facilities available to residents and older people from the wider local communities. In addition to activities and accommodation, the charity also offers a range of services to promote a better quality of life for all, including their award-winning well-being service, to help residents keep track of their health and make informed lifestyle choices.
ExtraCare framework lead for Rolton Group, Chris Evans said: “We’re proud to have been selected to support The ExtraCare Charitable Trust’s development programme as a consultant on their new Mechanical & Electrical Consultancy Services framework. Currently, the ExtraCare villages have typical waiting lists around 200 places long so to address this demand, plans are in place to create new retirement villages across the Midlands.Find out more about The ExtraCare Charitable Trust online at extracare.org.uk.
“Our extensive experience across a variety of related sectors including the residential, health and leisure sectors will mean that we can share many practical lessons learnt with their wider ExtraCare project design teams and like-minded professionals, bringing the best solutions to every project based on best practice and the latest insights from the industry, with a view of what will be required in the future.”