Plans will go on show next week on the redevelopment of the former Arthur Clarks Residential Home and Albert Road Day Centre in Caversham.
Both closed two years ago despite a long campaign.
A new extra care housing scheme has been proposed for the site which would see forty one and two bed units with communal facilities built.
The Council will contract additional specialist providers to deliver care services, catering and community activities at the new facility.
Subject to gaining planning permission, it is expected that builders will be on site later on this year to start work on the scheme.
A care home for elderly people - is to close - despite a massive campaign to save it. More than three thousand local people signed a petition to keep the home in Reading open.
But the council has voted to shut it's doors - meaning the frail and elderly residents will have to move elsewhere. Andrew Pate went along to find out more.
Councillors in Reading have voted to close a care home and an associated day centre.
They say the Arthur Clark home in Caversham would cost £1m to bring up to modern standards. More than 4,000 people signed a petition calling for it to remain.
A decision will be made today over the future of a council run care home in Reading. The Arthur Clark Home in Caversham could face closure and residents will need to re-homed.
The council claims it would cost £1m to bring the home up to modern standards. 3,500 people have already signed a petition calling for it to remain.