Hallmark Healthcare acquires home from Pencare Properties

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

Hallmark Healthcare has acquired Apple Court care home in Warrington, Cheshire, from Pencare Properties Ltd, in a confidential, off-market deal for an undisclosed figure. Property agents Christie &Co handled the sale on the instructions of Pencare. The acquisition of the 67-bed single ensuite care home brings Hallmark¹s portfolio to nine care homes and more than 550 beds. Hallmark managing director Avnish Goyal said Apple Court was an outstanding home built to exceed the latest standards. “In the few weeks that we have owned the home it has already moved significantly forward in embracing the company¹s high standards and philosophy of care,” Mr Goyal said. “Some of the team have already attended our motivational seminars and home manager Ian Smallwood, along with his dedicated team is committed to making Apple Court the best home in the area.” Mr Goyal expressed his gratitude to the Bank of Ireland which financed the acquisition. “It is pleasing to have financiers who understand the market in such detail an

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