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UK Care Home - High Yield Investment - 10% Net Yield assured for 10 years


UK Care Home - High Yield Investment - 10% Net Yield assured for 10 years

Millpond View Care Community is located in the seaside town of Hayle in west Cornwall, a popular tourist location with three miles of idyllic sandy beaches and near to the busy resort towns of St Ives and Penzance.

Facing a picturesque millpond and a short distance from the beautiful estuary that flows into St Ives Bay, our property is a former care home in need of complete refurbishment, but retaining many of its original Victorian features and grandeur.

It represents an excellent opportunity to create the premier care facility in the region offering excellent standards of accommodation, care and support - with all that Cornwall has to offer on its doorstep.

Starting on site this summer, we will transform the property into a 23-bed luxury community.

Using an experienced team of contractors, consultants and craftsmen - as well as locally-sourced trades and materials - significant internal refurbishment will take place to create spacious care studios with en-suite facilities.

Fully-furnished studios will be complemented by vibrant interior design schemes, with premium quality furnishing, fabrics, prints and accessories creating truly unique living spaces designed for later life.

 

Why invest in UK care industry?

  • As a country, the UK is aging; care for the elderly is already generating an income of £14.5 Billion for the UK economy every year (AMA Research Ltd), the majority of which is funded by the government. 
  • This figure is due to increase as the population ages. Estimates from the Office of National Statistics (www.ons.gov.uk) suggests that 1 in 4 people will be aged 65+ by 2050, representing a 56.3% increase from 2012. A total of 8 million people will be aged 80+ by the same year.
  • In order to begin to meet the demand, the UK government has committed to transferring £3.8 billion from the NHS (National Health Service) for joint NHS and local council decisions about the funding of health and care services from the outset of 2015.
  • Key decisions are now being made at local levels to ‘deliver better outcomes and greater efficiencies through more integrated services for older and disabled people’. (Age UK) 

 

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