We are delighted to once again speak at the Care Homes & Retirement Living Property conference, which takes place on Wednesday 29 November.
Following a sell-out audience last year, a new venue at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, near Covent Garden, has increased capacity to 500 delegates.
Now in its eighth year, the Care Homes & Retirement Living Property conference is a key event for those who want to identify opportunities in the sector, including operators, advisors and investors.
At 10:10 Carterwood co-founder and director, Amanda Nurse, and principal surveyor, Matthew Drysdale, will deliver an informative presentation on the care home market for older people – Then, now and the future. Amanda and Matthew will analyse what care homes were like before the latest generation of purpose-built homes began to emerge, what the care home of 2017 looks like, and the factors that have driven its development. Looking forward, they will also cover how care homes will continue to evolve, and what operators can learn from the retirement housing market.
The conference offers a day packed with many other presentations and panel sessions, including those to be delivered by Knight Frank, GVA, ARCO, JLL, Savills and more.
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