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Exemplar begins construction work on £4m care home

Exemplar Health Care has started construction of its £4.1m care home in Wallasey, Merseyside. Edgewater will be its fourth in the North West and is...

Carter Schwartz promotes Jack Montague-Nelson

Carter Schwartz has promoted Jack Montague-Nelson to associate after joining the research team in 2020. Montague-Nelson, who has advised on several appointments over the past...

Wren House Infrastructure acquires Voyage Care

Voyage Care Group has been acquired by London-based Wren House Infrastructure from Partners Group and Duke Street. In a statement, the provider said new investment...
Care Inspectorate chief executive Peter Macleod

Peter Macleod to leave Care Inspectorate

Peter Macleod is retiring from his role as chief executive of the Care Inspectorate next month following a period of ill health. He has been...

Care and support provision ‘extremely volatile’, say council directors

More than half of local authorities in England are rationing care and support, a survey of council directors has found. Despite an increase in the...

Allegra Care and Moorfield Group grow portfolio with additions

Allegra Care and Moorfield Group have completed the acquisition of two properties in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk from Alysia Caring, adding 133 beds to the...

Housing 21 sells £80m of secured bonds

Housing 21 has sold a further £80m of its existing 2049 secured bonds, taking the total issue to £450m. In a statement, the not-for-profit provider...

Homecare providers refusing requests for care, NCF survey finds

Two-thirds (66%) of homecare providers are refusing new requests for care, while one in five (21%) are handing back existing packages.   A survey by...

HC-One fined more than £600,000 over choking incident

HC-One has been fined more than £600,000 after one of its residents choked on a piece of doughnut and died. The resident, Mrs Hughes, of...

Offer of free PPE to adult social care providers extended

Free personal protective equipment (PPE) will be offered to frontline health and social care staff in England for another year. Following a consultation, adult social...