A CUDWORTH care home has completely turned around after leaving special measures and receiving a ‘good’ inspection in a report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following a complete ‘overhaul’.

Belle Green Court, on Belle Green Lane, was rated ‘inadequate’ by the CQC after an inspection on June 15 last year.

The home, which provides accommodation for 26 older residents who require personal care, was placed into special measures but, following an inspection earlier this year, the home has now been rated ‘good’ in all categories available.

Managing director of the home, Gurjeevan Shergill, told the Chronicle: “Following the recent inspection, we’d like to thank the manager and staff who have worked extremely hard to bring the home to where it needs to be.

“We are all very pleased with the rating having achieved an outright ‘good’ in all areas of the inspection.

“Since our last inspection in 2021, we have developed a comprehensive care system, putting our residents at the centre of all that we do, ensuring all decisions feedback to improve our residents’ quality of life and care.”