UK Care Home Investments
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Example Of Buy To Let Care Home

A care home for 25 years after its conversion from a private house, Danygraig is close to Newport town Centre with easy access to the M4 motorway.It offers residents pleasant surroundings, a real sense of home and an independent lifestyle while having 24-hour access to professional staff skilled and qualified in many forms of elderly care, including palliative treatment.

With its own garden for residents to enjoy, the home is close to local shops and public transport.Danygraig has a great atmosphere with meals cooked fresh daily, regular activities on offer, and well-designed facilities, such as its own onsite hair salon, as well as visiting chiropodist and physiotherapy services, while residents can retain the services of their own family doctor.

With 49 rooms over its two storeys, Danygraig's accommodation is suitable for people with a physical disability, and has good wheelchair access, including a lift for residents. Each room has a telephone line on request, television point and nurse call system, and residents can bring their own furniture to feel fully "at home".

An extremely experienced team of nurses and carers is lead by the manager, and all are committed to providing good standards. Male and female care staff are employed so residents can have their preferred choice of carer. Although our home is registered for people over the age of 65 years, anyone under 65 or with needs that fall outside our registration category, may be considered on an individual basis.

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Care Home Report 2018
Why Invest In UK Care Homes?

Britain's population is ageing. In 2012 the number of people aged 65 and older surpassed 10m for the first time; they now outnumber those aged 16 and under.

The over 85 age group is now the fastest growing demographic in the UK, as we all live longer through improvements in our health, diets and preventative care. Over the next 20 years the age group is set to grow by 106%, to over 2.6m people.

This trend will be accelerated over the coming decades by the inevitable retirement of the socalled 'baby boomer' generation (born when Britain experienced a markedly higher birth rate between 1946 and 1964). Those born at this time are now beginning to reach retirement age and are set to have a dramatic effect on the people, society, and the economy of the UK.

With this dramatic population change comes an increasing demand for specialist dementia and nursing care. There are currently over 800,000 people living with dementia ‐ a figure that will rise to 1m by 2021, and more than double by 2050.

Significantly, the number of people of working age supporting our ageing population ‐ known as the 'sdependency ratio's ‐ is moving in the opposite direction; declining from 4 people per retiree at present to 2.5 by 2035 and 2 by 2050.

It is clear that the care home market has a significant and central role to play in our future society, with increasing demand for high quality accommodation, care, and funding. "The combined market value for care for older people in the UK is currently estimated to be worth £22.2bn, of which £13.4bn is attributable to residential care and £8.8bn to non ‐ residential care."

"As the number of elderly people with high care needs in the UK is expected to increase significantly over the next 20 years, there will be a growing need for modern, fit‐for ‐ purpose care homes."

"There are over 400,000 people living in care homes in the UK, and around 80,000 units in existing care home stock are reaching obsolescence."

Sources: ONS, Age UK, Alzheimer's Society, Royal Geographic Society.

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