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New Land and Development Consultancy Service launched by  Edward Cooper Young Chartered Surveyors

New Land and Development Consultancy Service launched by  Edward Cooper Young Chartered Surveyors

New Land and Development Consultancy Service launched by  Edward Cooper Young Chartered Surveyors

Leicester headquartered Chartered Surveyors, Edward Cooper Young has launched a new Land and Development Consultancy service; ECY Land.

Born out of demand from existing clients, both developers and lenders, ECY Land will offer and be able to source good quality, thoroughly researched development sites.

Free Webinar Wednesday 22nd February 11:30 to 12noon on what the new Apprenticeship Levy means to the care sector.

To ensure care home organisations prepare and get all of the information they need about the changes, Mitchells Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers and Learning Unlimited are delighted to invite you to this FREE webinar: What the new Apprenticeship Levy means to the Care Sector.

If your organisation(and this includes Connected Companies), has a combined wage bill of £3 million annually, from 6 April you will have to pay a 0.5% Levy regardless of whether you employ Apprentices or not.

Take only 30 minutes of your time to learn more about Connected Companies and the Apprenticeship Levy at this informative coffee break webinar.

 

The NHS health & social care debate at the House of Lords by Sophie Macarthy of Adams & Remers

Hosted by Lord Warner, the Rt Hon Professor Paul Burstow (former Health Minister), the Adam Smith Institute and LCS International chaired a lively and interesting debate on innovation and change within social care in the UK between now and 2020.

The HPC Location Report

In a care home market awash with opportunities, identifying the right ones is essential. Until relatively recently, the majority of care operators carried out limited, if any, local analysis prior to new development or care facility acquisition.

CQC outlines proposed regulatory fees for providers from next April

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is publishing its consultation on the fees that it proposes to charge providers in 2017/18.



Care homes to celebrate ‘Friendship’ across local communities on 16th June 2017

Once again care homes are planning to celebrate connections with their local communities.