Castleoak sign £35 million care home deal

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

Castleoak Care Partnerships, the design and build company which works exclusively within the care sector, has received a further vote of confidence in its highly focused business strategy in signing a Framework Agreement with Housing Solutions Group to build eight new care homes to provide nearly 600 bedspaces for elderly people in Buckinghamshire over the next five years. Last year, Housing Solutions won a contract to redevelop 23 residential care home sites in Buckinghamshire. The redevelopment programme, called Project Care, is in partnership with Buckinghamshire County council and care providers The Fremantle Trust. It is designed to improve substantially the quality of accommodation for elderly people and people with learning disabilities, as well as meet future legislation on care standards. The new agreement, which is estimated to be worth in the region of £35 million, cements a relationship between the two parties which was originally kindled at the National Care Forum’s Annual Conference in 2004. Mo

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