HICA is Lincolnshire development partner

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

The HICA Group has been appointed as a strategic partner by Lincolnshire County Council as part of the Council’s plans to develop retirement villages and other extracare facilities for older people in the county.

HICA is one of eight strategic partners appointed by the Council. The group consists of housing associations and private developers who will work with the Council to develop services across the county. Hull-based HICA has already developed the Holderness Grange retirement village at Hedon in East Yorkshire, and also the Buckshaw retirement village at Chorley in Lancashire as part of the Oakbridge Retirement Villages joint venture.

HICA chief executive Andrew Stow said that, as a principal provider to Lincolnshire County Council, HICA would be looking to be part of the plan to provide a number of retirement villages across the county in the coming years.

‘The process could take several years to come to fruition because we have to find a site and go through the various planning and consulta

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