Bed supply not growing fast enough, reports Knight Frank

Julian Evans presenting at LaingBuisson's investing conference

Supply of beds in the UK care market fell for the first time by 177, with an expected shortfall of more than 200,000 by 2050, according to Knight Frank. Its Healthcare Development Opportunities report found the market consists of older, converted stock that, in some cases, may be considered ‘obsolete’. This is due to size…

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