Knight Frank Annual Regional Care Homes Review

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to those who attended the Knight Frank Annual Regional Care Homes Review at the Leicester Tigers Stadium on the 16th November 2016. We hope you found the event enjoyable and informative.
 

Attendee’s heard senior industry figures debate and discuss the findings of Knight Frank’s Care Homes Trading Performance Review Research, including the launch of Knight Frank’s inaugural Luxury Care Home Guide 2017 (UK Edition).

We were delighted that Andrew Long, Group Development Director of LNT, Jas Gill, Managing Director of Hadrian Healthcare, Peter Van Herrewege, Chairman & Founder, PrimeLife, John Strowbridge, Managing Director & Joint Founder of Avery Healthcare and Julian Evans, Head of Healthcare & Hotels, Knight Frank joined the panel for the Knight Frank Annual Regional Care Homes Review.

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Knight Frank Annual Regional Care Homes Review

 

Event Details

Timings

1.00 pm – 2.00 pm : Registration

2.00 pm – 2.10 pm : Launch of The Luxury Care Home Guide (2017 UK Edition)

2.10 pm – 3.00 pm : Knight Frank 2016 Annual Care Homes Review

3.00 pm – 3.10 pm : Break

3.10 pm – 3.40 pm : Shakespeare Martineau – CQC Recent Developments

3.40 pm – 4.20 pm : Panel discussion and Q and A

4.20 pm – 5.00 pm : Drinks reception and canapés

5.00 pm – 5.30 pm : Optional tour of Leicester Tigers

5.30 pm – 5.30 pm : Close


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