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Another Care Home completed in Biggleswade

Another Care Home completed in Biggleswade

Edward Cooper Young provided a tailored Development Management Services on this scheme, acting as the focal point of the development.

This included agreeing all the pre-contract elements the external funding, specification, contract negotiations and full post contract management and co-ordination up to Practical Completion.

See some great drone and internal video of the recently completed Care Home in Biggleswade.

 


The HPC research department is extremely experienced in the analysis of care sector data

The HPC research department is extremely experienced in the analysis of care sector data

The care sector is understandably one of the most closely regulated sectors in the UK. Perhaps more than any other market, it is influenced by political and social factors in addition to demographic, economic and property trends.
Care Home Seminar - Brighton

Care Home Seminar - Brighton

Buyacarehome solicitors, Adams & Remers are hosting a Care Home Seminar in Brighton on 14 September at the Amex Stadium in Brighton.

The seminar is free to attend and entry is by prior registration only.

 


 


Mitchells Specialist Care Home Accountants

Mitchells Specialist Care Home Accountants

Mitchells specialist care home accountant team works proactively with residential care providers to grow their business, minimise tax liabilities, increase profitability and build the value of their investment.

Here is an article from them reflecting on care sector deals they have been involved with recently…


Join Citation’s experts in care for an update on CQC changes and developments to HR and Health & Safety legislation.

Join Citation’s experts in care for an update on CQC changes and developments to HR and Health & Safety legislation.

We’re holding two free business briefings for care providers next week.

·        Wednesday 18th in Wolverhampton

·        Tuesday 17th in Wakefield


Welcome news for care providers

Welcome news for care providers

The Court of Appeal has overturned government guidance that entitled carers to the National Minimum Wage (NMW) for sleep-in shifts.

During its decision, the Court ruled that only hours spent awake counted as ‘worked’ hours, meaning carers can continue to be paid a flat rate for sleep-in shifts, and are no longer eligible to six years’ worth of back pay.