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How bank lending is shaping future care home provision by Jon Chapman - Pinders business valuers

How bank lending is shaping future care home provision by Jon Chapman - Pinders business valuers

In the years since the credit crunch, the banks have, unsurprisingly, adopted a more cautious approach to their lending with this, in part, being imposed by tighter regulation but also the general economic and political uncertainty. Confidence to lend into the care home sector has been further eroded by questions over post-Brexit staff recruitment and the inability of Government to come up with a plan of action.



Care Home Show host Simon Parker interviews Charles Armitage - co-founder of Florence

Care Home Show host Simon Parker interviews Charles Armitage - co-founder of Florence

Simon Parker host of the Care Home Show interviews Charles Armitage, the co-founder and CEO of Florence, which is the online marketplace where independent nurses and carers can find high-paying shifts across the UK, removing the hassle of using agencies.

He is also someone who deeply understands the care work force and how to connect the workforce to the market in a hyper-efficient way.

DC Care walked the Leeds Memory walk for Alzheimers Society

DC Care walked the Leeds Memory walk for Alzheimers Society

On September 1st 2019 we took part in Memory Walk 2019 for Alzheimer's Society because we want a world without dementia.

Andy, Lisa, Michelle plus their families and four-legged friend took on the challenging 6km route in the Leeds Memory Walk, to raise money for Alzheimer's Society.


Latest statistics from CQC about prosecutions brought against social care providers.

Latest statistics from CQC about prosecutions brought against social care providers.

Royds Withy King have prepared a short bulletin on the latest statistics from CQC about prosecutions brought against social care providers.

In April 2015, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) assumed responsibility for prosecuting providers for all health and safety related incidents. Four years on, we take a look at the situation, examine the trends and analyse the sanctions CQC has been applying.

Skills for Care recently released a statement of role, knowledge and skills for registered nurses in social care.

Skills for Care recently released a statement of role, knowledge and skills for registered nurses in social care.

Skills for Care recently released a statement of role, knowledge and skills for registered nurses in social care. Charles Armitage, Co-founder and Managing Director of Florence shares why he thinks this is such an important and significant step.


Dorset Care Home sold with assistance from Buyacarehome team

Dorset Care Home sold with assistance from Buyacarehome team

Morris lane Accountants, Chandler & Co Care Home Mortgage Brokers and Adams & Remers Solicitors together assisted in getting the deal over the line.