Welsh care home builder selected for support programme


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

Cardiff-based design and build specialist Castleoak Care Partnerships has been selected as one of only a handful of companies to take part in a specialist business development programme set up by the Welsh Assembly. The Knowledge Bank for Business initiative (KB4B) aims to provide tailored and focused support for high growth companies in Wales. A market leader in the design and construction of care homes and other forms of supported housing accommodation for older people, Castleoak has been selected for its high-growth potential. The company will receive consultancy advice and training support to improve the skills, financial strength and business strategy going forward. In the last financial year, the award winning company which employs 92 staff from its headquarters at Cardiff Gate Business Park achieved a turnover of just under £40 million, with net profits before tax topping £1.25 million. The company’s success is set to continue with secured contracts enabling a projected turnover of more than £50 m





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