Breaking ground on a new Peel Manor
A new long-term care centre and service hub is coming to Brampton
On October 2, we officially broke ground on the Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor. The groundbreaking marks the start of construction on a $115 million project to replace the current Peel Manor Long Term Care Centre.
The Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor will be located at 525 Main St. N. in Brampton. It will include a 177-bed long-term care centre, expanded Adult Day Services with room for up to 100 participants, and a service hub featuring health and social services available to residents of the centre and the surrounding community. Once the new building is complete and the residents are moved, the old Peel Manor building will be removed to make way for a revitalized, age-friendly park space.
The groundbreaking celebration began with a rendition of O Canada by the Peel Manor bell choir. Minister Merrilee Fullerton brought greetings from the Ontario government and was joined by Chair Nando Iannicca and Regional Councillors Rowena Santos and Paul Vicente in speaking about the exciting initiative.
The Seniors Health and Wellness Village at Peel Manor is expected to be completed by the end of 2021, with the new park completed in 2022.