RBS funds High Meadows acquisitions

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

High Meadow Group has acquired two additional care homes, bringing its Kent portfolio to eight, backed with a £4.8 million funding package from The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).

High Meadow, which also operates a homecare agency, was established in the late 1990s by Suat and Feray Yilmaz, Suat moving from a successful IT marketing career and Feray from a career as a teacher. After carrying out some in-depth market research they decided to invest in the healthcare sector and bought their first care home in Canterbury.


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