North East based Crown Care plans to create more than 700 jobs through the development of new care villages and care homes across the UK.
The company revealed it has planning permission for three new developments with others in the pipeline.
“We pride ourselves on providing thriving homes with a philosophy of care that puts the needs of our residents at the centre of everything we do and how we do it,” said Baldev Ladhar, director of Crown Care.
“We are investing more than £115m to deliver a nationwide portfolio of care facilities with the focus on the care village model – communities at the heart of the community where they are based.”
Forthcoming developments with planning permission include a combined care home and sheltered and retirement housing site in Middlemore, Daventry.
The £60m scheme, which is scheduled for completion in early 2019, is expected to create 300 jobs.
Further plans include a £6m, 74-bed home in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire also scheduled for completion in early 2019.
Further developments still in the planning process include another site in Daventry as well as, York and Buckinghamshire, which is anticipated will take the total of new jobs created over the next 18 months to 770.
Baldev added: “Crown Care is investing not simply in new homes but in taking the whole care concept to the next level. The company has attracted some of the leading clinicians and managers from across the care sector who have contributed to achieving what are uniformly high standards of excellence. We look forward to getting on site and creating homes for hundreds of residents.”