Queensbury is an operational care home based in an affluent neighbourhood in north Leeds. Leeds Golf Club is less than a ten-minute drive away and Roundhay Park and Lake is just a 5-minute drive. Residents will have the opportunity to spend their days playing leisurely rounds of golf or reading in the tranquility of the park. Roundhay Park and Lake is one of Europe’s biggest city parks which boasts over 700 acres of parkland, lakes, woodland and scenic gardens. The park attracts over a million visitors every year and its proximity to the care home means that residents will get to enjoy its open spaces.
Queensbury is an already operational care home. Although the operator is a start-up, the managing director has 25 years care home experience.
Between 2012 – 2032 the number of people requiring care home facilities is expected to increase by 60%, and cuts to the NHS budget means it will struggle to meet the demands. The NHS is increasingly looking to private companies and investors to meet the shortfall.
In the U.K, seventeen percent of the population is over 65. The proportion of the United Kingdom’s population aged 90 or over has been increasing ever since the 1980s and by 2040 nearly one in seven is projected to be aged 75. As part of this growth, the number of over-85s is estimated to more than double from 1.5 million in 2014 to 3.6 million by 2039 according to the NHS Confederation. What this means is that the there is an extensive demand for care homes in the UK.
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