Independent Living Group makes its debut

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

Independent Living Group (ILG) Ltd, a provider of residential care for adults with learning disabilities, has made its industry debut with the announcement of two new property purchases worth £1.1m and the opening of a new central office in Camberley, Surrey. Formed after the merger of ILIACE and Evesleigh Care Home groups in December 2006, ILG has purchased two homes, located in Southampton and Hastings. Both are undergoing major upgrades to ensure they will provide the highest level of accommodation. The first home will be a specialist home to care for people with Autism and the second home is for people with challenging behaviours. These first acquisitions as ILG takes the group’s total freehold property portfolio to 43 community-based homes across Hampshire, East and West Sussex and Kent. In addition, the central administration team has this week moved to new offices in Camberley.

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