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Exploitation of care workers a key priority for abuse authority

Forced or compulsory labour is an ‘emerging threat’ in the care sector and one of the top priorities for investigators at the Gangmasters and...

Eight in ten councils report fee rises

More than 130 councils in England increased fee rates between 2021 and 2022, government research and analysis has shown. On a weighted average basis, excluding...

Shifting left

LaingBuisson hosted a roundtable event, sponsored by CareTech, where leaders in social care discussed some of the issues affecting the sector, including workforce and...

Route to recruitment

The recruitment market is tough. Ellie Robinson examines how some care providers are tackling the issue by taking on overseas workers With increasing challenges around...

Leading the way

When it comes to care home construction in England, who is building what, where and for whom? Johan Ottosson, senior associate, and Henry Elphick,...

Unable to respond

As with other parts of social care, children’s services are struggling to staff settings. Ellie Robinson investigates some of the issues facing the market...

Developing supply

Cutting the number of people with autism and learning disabilities in inpatient settings has proved difficult for government. Ellie Robinson examines some of the...

Size matters

The retirement housing sector has its work cut out. Deven Pamben explains some of the discussion areas that emerged from LaingBuisson’s Retirement Housing conference. Starting...

Demand projections

Ali Bahram, senior associate, and Freddie Evans, junior associate, supported by Arjun Sharma, of Mansfield Advisors, examine the different care home demand models The first...

Fit for the future

Rental is gathering pace in the retirement housing market. Ellie Robinson examines acceleration in the sector Mixed tenure schemes are becoming more prevalent in the...