Mayor of Burgess Hill Joins Boutique Care Homes for Keymer Hall Ground-breaking Ceremony

Boutique Care Homes proudly welcomed the Mayor of Burgess Hill, Cllr Janice Henwood, to the site of its new Keymer Hall care home on Kings Way, Burgess Hill. This momentous occasion, which took place on the 12th of June 2024, marked a significant step forward in the development of this state-of-the-art care home.

Accompanied by key representatives from Boutique Care Homes, including Tom Duck, Development Director, David Lobb, Land Director, Rebecca Ruscoe, Senior Project Coordinator, and Carl Roberts, Associate Sales and Marketing Director, the Mayor actively participated in the ground-breaking ceremony, symbolising our shared commitment to shaping the future of care in Burgess Hill.

Leading the tour alongside the Boutique Care Homes team and providing insights into the Boutique Care Home’s conscientious development practices was Nick Kidsley from building contractor, Lawrence Baker. During the visit, Cllr Henwood received a comprehensive tour of the site, inspecting at the foundations of the new home and examining detailed site plans and mood boards showcasing the exquisitely designed interiors. Her appreciation for the meticulous attention to detail and the dedication to creating a welcoming environment for future residents was palpable.

Expressing her enthusiasm for the project, Cllr Henwood remarked, “It was interesting to visit the site and meet the workers engaged in building a Boutique Care Home, to be located off Kingsway. The company is enthusiastic about becoming a part of the Burgess Hill Community; it is especially encouraging that the residential home will be using renewable energy via photovoltaic panels and will retain the mature trees around the site.”

Following the Mayor’s visit, Carl Roberts of Boutique Care Homes, shared, “We are truly honoured and thankful for Mayor Henwood’s visit, and her support means a great deal to us as we continue to strive for excellence in care. At Boutique Care Homes, we believe that care is more than just a service; it is a profound feeling of comfort, security, and genuine connection. We are excited about the opportunity to support and work with Burgess Hill Town Council to champion social care and carers in the community.”

Keymer Hall, scheduled to open in late 2025, will offer a 68-bedroom facility adjacent to Kings Way in the southeastern part of the town. The home will feature a range of innovative amenities, including a bustling bistro, beautifully landscaped gardens, a hair and beauty salon, and a hobby room. Residents will benefit from various care types, including residential care, dementia care, and short stays. Boutique Care Homes is committed to delivering care so good, it’s unexpected, fostering an environment where residents feel valued, cherished, and at home.

Boutique Care Homes eagerly anticipates the opening of Keymer Hall, confident that it will be a valuable addition to the Burgess Hill community. Boutique Care Homes remains steadfast in its mission to provide exceptional care and build strong community ties.