They’re introducing ‘caring communities’ – where residents can enjoy the privacy and security of their own luxury studio within a 5-star traditional property whilst receiving excellent standards of support (and, if they need it, care).
By bringing fresh thinking to a sector in need of innovation and commercial nous they aim to change it for the better.
Investment in technology, innovation, people and property are the four cornerstones of their business.
Technology: Introducing new, interactive and accessible technologies and applications for the benefit of our residents, their families, our care and management teams, and investors.
Innovation: Constantly challenge the norm, and seek new ideas to improve the way we operate and fund caring communities;
People: Bring the right people into their business, and make sure they always have the skills and resources to deliver the highest and most ethical standards of service to our residents, at all times
Property: Acquire and redevelop luxurious, traditional accommodation, and breathe new life into the sector by attracting new private investors through our unique investment models.
This means that they’ll be involved in every aspect of their caring communities – from their development and fit-out, through to their operation and care provision. They’re also developing professional services and products that will benefit other providers, and the wider adult social care sector.
Food for thought?
The uncertain economic outlook for the UK following the EU referendum presents relative opportunities for the UK healthcare sector. From an investment perspective real estate offering long term income is widely sought after in a risk-off environment which makes healthcare attractive for core UK investors. In addition, the fall in sterling makes this sector very interesting for those looking to take advantage of this currency opportunity.