Undersupply of retirement housing ‘critical’

Knight Frank research highlights the growing need for properties The country faces a ‘critical’ undersupply of age-appropriate homes, with large-scale developments of retirement housing needed,...

Feature: Overseas investment in the UK healthcare property market

Alistair Kleebauer asks property experts what the mood is like for foreign investment over the coming year Overseas investors provide a significant proportion of the...

Turning the development dial

What will happen to residential care when all the builders have upped sticks? Deven Pamben explores the alternatives on offer which mean that the...

Designing for dementia

Evidence suggests a physically active lifestyle can have a significant impact on the wellbeing of people living with dementia. For those in the earlier...

Training staff to manage distressed behaviour

Alistair Kleebauer looks at some innovative approaches to help care workers understand what living with dementia is like Many UK care providers have found innovative...

Dementia care in the home

It’s become almost unquestioned that once an older person is found to have dementia, they should be moved into residential care - but is...

‘Compelling’ reasons to invest in healthcare

Anna Cole-Bailey reports from last month’s LaingBuisson’s Investing in Healthcare conference, where a wide range of sector professionals put forward arguments for why they...

Where to invest

Stakeholders in the sector give CM their personal views on the key areas to concentrate on in the coming year   Philip Baylis,  head of later...

Offshore caring

Sarah Whitebloom looks at the difficulties in finding out exactly who owns who in UK care Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who guards the guards? Depending...

Charging after death

Following publication of the findings from it’s inquiry into UK care homes at the end of last year, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)...