Retirement Living and Care Homes: The opportunities and challenges
In our Retirement Living and Care Homes report, we set out the trends and the legal and commercial issues impacting investors, operators, developers, lenders and funders active in the retirement living and care homes sectors. We have combined both sectors in this report due to the evolving patterns of care we have seen, as the retirement living sector is increasingly providing care services and facilities.
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We’ve taken an in-depth look at how these market trend areas are evolving. Click here to download our legal insight and knowledge covering:
- Care homes: investing in the future
- Retirement living and the use class debate
- New guidance on housing for older people
- Assisted living housing: key considerations for investors
- Retirement living and care home deals: six potential pitfalls
- Meeting housing needs for older persons on strategic sites
- Liberty protection safeguards: all clear now?
Charles Russell Speechlys has extensive experience acting in the retirement living and care homes markets advising a wide range of clients across both sectors. Our multi-disciplinary approach brings together specialists from across corporate, real estate, planning, construction, banking, litigation, real estate funds, healthcare regulation and tax. We provide advice on complex transactions including; corporate M&A; sale and leasebacks, real estate acquisitions and disposals, large scale developments, debt and equity financings and corporate reorganisations. Our lawyers have an in-depth understanding of the evolving commercial and regulatory parameters within which retirement living, care homes and social care providers are required to operate and how this impacts on healthcare transactions and operational matters.
Retirement Living and the Use Class debate
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