Westminster Healthcare to set up admin centre in £3 million Inverness facility


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

Westminster Healthcare is to move its administrative headquarters to a £3 million new, custom-built office complex now under construction in Inverness. The company has created 40 jobs in Inverness during the past 18 months and is likely to see a further staff increase of up to 80 more jobs when the move is completed. Westminster finance director for senior living Iain Scott said the new Inverness offices, to be built by Tulloch Construction, were designed to accommodate more than 120 staff. “This is the staffing level we anticipate eventually reaching,” Mr Scott said. “These are high-quality accounting and IT jobs and we are pleased to be able to make such a positive contribution to the local economy.” Westminster chief executive Dr Chai Patel told Caring Times the new offices would serve as the company’s business support centre, incorporating administration, finance, information technology and a national call centre. “Our offices in Leatherhead will remain as the key operational centre,” Dr Patel said. “Our





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