Henley Healthcare InvestmentsÂ help facilitate the provision of much needed specialised supported housing for vulnerable adults who are able to live more independently.
We areÂ a private housing fund with significant funding available to invest in specialist government-supported accommodation. We offer Local Authorities and the NHS a cost neutral mechanism to commission supported housing schemes run by Registered Social Landlords.Â For example, specialist housing and housing-related support can help vulnerable adults live more independently in their community.
Independent living allows people to lead more active lifestyles, to get back into work, or simply have the option to invite friends or family to visit in the comfort of their own home.
Providing supported housing not only improves peopleâs quality of life but is also proven to be excellent value for money, offering considerable cost savings to Local Authorities (LAs) and the NHS.
At a time when budgets are being cut and demand is increasing, created by ever-changing demographics, fully integrated systems of care , support, health, housing and other services of which Henley Healthcare InvestmentsÂ is a core component is essential.
Henley Healthcare Investments are building a portfolio of assets that have long leaseback arrangements with Local Authorities and other social housing project-initiators enabling them to have certainty of fixed accommodation for those in society who most need it.
LAsÂ faceÂ significant cut-backs in social care budgets whilst still needingÂ to provide first class services to an ever-increasing demographic of people.Â Henley have theÂ cost-neutral solution to the problem.
At Henley weÂ see ourselves as an integral part of the network of players required to deliver successful supported housing solutionsÂ byÂ engaging at the earliest possible stage of the process.
We work with a wide range of Housing Associations, charities and care operators to offer an alternative to theÂ default âdeveloperâ scenario, which we know is neither feasible nor desirable.
At Henley weÂ have demand for housing right across the country and are looking to acquire suitable housing stockÂ forÂ new build, open market property, off-plan sales or development opportunities.
Our shared vision is for integrated care and support to become the norm in the next five yearsâ¦ National and local organisations need to take urgent and sustained action to make integrated care and support happen.Rt. Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health