Work on the new Clydebank care home is expected to be completed next month.

Queen’s Quay House is the multi-million pound care home and day care centre which is expected to open to residents early next year.

Contractors have returned to the site after work had to halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and are now applying the finishing touches to the home and surrounding grounds at the £14 million state of the art care facility.

The home will have one 14-bedroom flat and seven 10-bedroom flats with each resident having their own en-suite room.

Each flat will have living and dining areas and a kitchen.

The home will have many modern facilities including a multi-purpose space that can be used as a cinema, and a sun-filled art studio with an adjoining balcony.

Councillor McNair, chair of health and social care partnership’s audit committee, said: “I am delighted to see work nearing completion at this great new facility. The new home and day care were unfortunately delayed, but the contractor has made good progress to make up for lost time.

“This new facility underlines our commitment to give residents in Clydebank and beyond the opportunity to live independently as possible, while still having access to support.”

The plans also include an onsite cafe and hairdressing salon whilst some outdoor features include a variety of courtyard and garden spaces which will provide an opportunity to garden surrounded by sculptures, water features, bowling green and places to rest.

Along with the residential services, the home will offer day sessions for up to 50 people.

The Queen’s Quay site will also have around 200 homes for social rent built alongside 1,000 private houses and a health centre.