Robinia Care opens new northern office

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

Robinia Care, which specialises in support services for adults and young people with learning disabilities, has opened a Northern regional office in Wakefield, Yorkshire. With an annual turnover of £34m, Robinia is rapidly expanding its portfolio of care homes and chief executive Elizabeth Wagstaff said the opening of a northern office represented a key foothold for the company in the North of England. “The Wakefield regional office is an important addition to our portfolio in a highly complementary geographical location,” said Ms Wagstaff. “We have been looking to implement our expansion strategy into the North of England for the last two years, to further support our development objectives of a UK wide operation, as part of our ongoing strategy to grow and improve Robinia Care¹s services, both organically and through the procurement of existing high quality businesses.” Gwenne Coltman, Robinia Care¹s national director of autism services in Wakefield said the new office provided an opportunity to secure R

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