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
Watch our Head of Planning Claire Fallows discuss a key planning issue currently impacting the market:
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Lawyer of the week: Manoj Vaghela, who acted for Greggs in landmark ruling triggered by Covid-19 crisis
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“We’re seeing an Americanisation where the matchday is turning into much more of an entertainment beyond just the sporting spectacle”
HR Magazine quotes Anne-Marie Balfour on the importance of protecting employee data
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South China Morning Post quotes Simon Green on Hong Kong investment into UK property
“With the increase in energy prices in 2022, this will be something for buyers and homeowners to consider.”
Charles Russell Speechlys was delighted to advise Bellway Homes Kent on the purchase of the site, at Mill Lane, Hailsham
We are delighted to advise Bellway Homes Kent on the purchase of the site, at Mill Lane, Hailsham.
Charles Russell Speechlys features in the Financial Worldwide discussing sustainability in the retail industry
Our experts discuss the factors pushing sustainability up the agenda in the retail industry.
The future of investment zones
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Housebuilder Countryside in its partnership with Redbridge council to build up to 1,000 homes in east London centre
Charles Russell Speechlys has acted for Countryside for over 35 years.
People & Places – What will the next ten years of Health & Safety enforcement look like?
A deeper look into the next ten years of Health and Safety enforcement.
Roger Elford writes for EG on the UK restructuring regime
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Property Week quote Michael O’Connor and Carolyn Davies on what extended retrospective liability for defects under the Building Safety Act means for developers
Developers risk claims dating back 30 years under new act
Property Patter: Break options in renewal leases
How break rights work for business tenancies protected by the 1954 Act.
Top 10 Tips: The Registration Gap
The Land Registry is reporting its longest delays in registrations in years.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Silbury Finance on a £59.3m facility to the Audley Group.
"We are delighted to have completed a second deal in a short period of time with Silbury." Jon Bond, Partner