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Denison House in Selby is one of the homes Eldercare continues to operate

Huddersfield care home operator collapses

Huddersfield care home operator collapses

A care home provider housing hundreds of residents in West Yorkshire and Lancashire has gone into administration.

Social care system “broken and underfunded”, says LGA

The social care system is “broken and underfunded”, the Local Government Association (LGA) has said in response to damning new research.
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‘Threadbare’ social care services revealed

A social workers survey has revealed Government spending cuts are taking a severe toll on care delivery.

Council provides £1m care home fee boost

Northumberland County Council is making an extra £1m available for care home fees after agreeing a new payment structure.
Meadow Court

Row deepens over Care UK home’s empty beds

A row has deepened over a drop in Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) admissions threatening the future of a Care UK home.

LXi REIT acquires £12.9m supported living properties

LXi REIT has announced the £12.9m acquisition of a portfolio of long let supported living properties.
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CCG review threatens Care UK home

Care UK has warned that a Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) consultation on resident funding threatens the future of its Meadow Court Care Home in Goodmayes, Surrey.
Four Seasons Nurses

Four Seasons in High Court finance dispute

A High Court row with lenders is threatening debt restructuring talks at Four Seasons, The Sunday Telegraph reported.

UK facing £7bn elderly care funding deficit

People in the UK are underestimating the cost of elderly care by £7bn every year, according to Scottish Widows’ independent thinktank, the Centre for the Modern Family.

Investment firm backs HC-One-Bupa deal

Global investment firm Safanad is increasing its investment in HC-One to fund its acquisition of 122 Bupa care homes.