An ageing population: Does the ‘old age’ threshold need to be reconsidered?

Gavin Bashar of Tunstall Healthcare reveals the role technology will play in supporting healthy ageing

picture of Assistive technology will have a key role to play in ensuring healthy living for an ageing population

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Health and care developments singled out for praise in Social Impact Awards 2020

Regional shortlists announced for the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors’ competition, including a host of health ...

Charterpoint Senior Living starts work on new care home

Developers begin construction work on second care home in Bingham, Nottinghamshire

Hallmark secures planning consent for Bath care home

Residential, dementia and nursing home set to open in 2021

Flooring solutions fit for all

Joe Hurst from Altro explores the drivers behind specification of flooring solutions for care homes

Hallmark secures planning consent for Eastbourne care home

Green light for 80-bed residential, dementia and nursing home

Topping-out ceremony for new Hallmark care home

Spring opening for Essex facility

Winners of 2019 Building Better Healthcare Awards are announced

Ceremony recognises excellence in healthcare architecture, estates and facilities management, interior design, and ...

Hallmark unveils £450,000 care home refurbishment

Farmhouse kitchen, potting shed and therapy rooms among new facilities at Admiral Court in Essex

Bed shortages increase interest in care homes market

The care sector is a key growth area for construction in the UK. Here, we look at the opportunities and challenges in ...

Comment: Dignity, Independence and Choice – how telecare can help to support people with learning disabilities

Sandra Taylor of Hillingdon Council reveals how the borough has incorporated telecare into a new model of care for ...

Kingston University expert designs sensory room for local care home

New facility is specially designed to enhance the lives of residents with dementia

Work to start on Nottingham care home

Scheme is first stage of £30m mixed-use development