CMG completes deal for 12 care homes


Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Care Management Group (CMG) has completed an off-market deal for 12 residential care homes. Property advisers GVA Grimley say it is possibly the biggest deal of its kind in the UK. The entire group of learning disability homes, with 87 beds and two day care centres, has been bought from Frances Sidney Homes by CMG. The group includes six homes and a day care complex in Kent and six homes and a day care centre in Norfolk. Frances Sidney Homes was established in Kent more than 30 years ago by the Sidney family who developed facilities primarily to provide residential care for adults with moderate learning disabilities. Subsequently a core and cluster of residential homes were developed around Norwich where care is provided for a number of residents with more severe learning disabilities, physical disabilities and challenging behaviour. CMG managing director Michael Buckingham said his rapidly growing company was dedicated to the care of people with moderate to severe learning disabilities and other special need





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