Care Home Construction 2017-2021

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What the report covers

  • Structure, size and values
  • Review of UK care home stock
  • Supply and demand
  • Resource and capital spending
  • System funding
  • Contractors output
  • Procurement
  • Construction supply
  • Impact of Brexit
  • Construction pipeline
  • Appendices
  • Glossary
  • Regulators
  • Trade bodies
  • Major provider profiles
  • Major developer profiles
  • NHS Trusts directory
  • CCG directory

Who is the report for

  • Professionals from the construction industry, architectural environment and planning departments
  • All professionals working in or with healthcare estates management and development
  • C-suite professionals working in care homes, hospices and extra care housing
  • Risk managers
  • Investors and Private Equity
  • Banks
  • Central Government
  • Think Tanks
  • Lawyers
  • Management Consultants

What You Get

  • Print package – Single-user Printed Book
  • Digital package – Multi-user Digital PDF and Data in Excel + Printed Book

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The need for better quality facilities is creating opportunities in healthcare

LaingBuisson’s comprehensive study into the UK’s care home construction market. First edition. Published 15 May 2019.

Changes in the care home market in recent years have affected longer-term trends in supply and demand. While an ageing population and rising levels of disability and dependency among older people have generally increased demand for care home places, the growth in domiciliary care and stricter entry criteria by local authorities has reduced the supply of care home places, especially in the public sector.

The most significant change in the provision of residential care in the last 25 years has been the much greater involvement of the private sector, with a substantial growth in the number of mainly privately provided nursing home places replacing large numbers of NHS hospital beds for both geriatric and mental health care.

This new report from LaingBuisson shows that, despite these challenges, the private care home sector continues to attract investment, particularly in the new build ‘state of the art’ care homes, driven by a growing number of older homes which are no longer fit for purpose – and this is a direction of travel which is set to continue as the population ages. With an annual reduction in existing care home beds and a smaller number of newly registered homes, the result is a net bed reduction in a number of areas and a need to address standards across all physical care home stock.

This publication gives a high level overview of the existing market environment alongside comprehensive commentary on how to work with the sector to become involved in a construction market with very strong prospects for future growth.


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