Executive Care buys four homes in Scotland

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

The Executive Care Group has increased its existing portfolio to more than 30 homes following a £17million acquisition deal with Allan Water plc. Operating under the name Dolphin Properties Scotland Ltd, Executive Care bought four homes in Scotland – Manor Hall care home near Stirling, Parksprings care centre in Motherwell, Thorntree Mews in Falkirk and Wallace View care home in Cornton, increases Executive Care’s portfolio by more than 300 beds. Chief executive Jennifer Houghton said the Scottish acquisitions were part of an extensive investment programme which had seen the company modernise all of its existing homes, commission several new-builds and purchase a number of care-homes in regions across the country. Executive Care now operates 30 care homes across the UK. Since their purchase six months’ ago, the four homes in Scotland have undergone an extensive refurbishment programme. “The Care Commission Scotland and the local authorities for each property have all been extremely supportive through

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