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Diploma has acquired Carsen Medical, the Canadian distributor of medical devices with 34 staff, for up to £16m.
Camden Council has approved plans for the development of the £500m UK Centre for Medical Research & Innovation at St Pancras by 2015, which will have 1,500 staff.
Bupa is planning to build a £8m dementia care home on the former St Andrew's College campus at Bearsden in Glasgow by 2012.
Bupa is recruiting 90 staff for a new £5m care home due to open in Ashford, Kent, in March.
CareTech has acquired Care UK's children's fostering business for £2.8m, as well as the brain injury business of Edinburgh-based Phoenix Therapy & Care.
James Hull Associates has secured a £7m investment from Axa Private Equity to fund the expansion of its Cardiff-based chain of 74 dental practices.
Circle has raised £50m to fund the development of a new 97,000 sq ft hospital next to the Madejski Stadium in Reading.
Synergy Health has acquired Gamma Service Produktbestrahlung, the German provider of sterilisation services, for £8m.
MY Care Group has acquired three care homes in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire from Ruddington Homes, taking its total chain to seven.
Vision Labs is planning to build a new lens coating facility next to its existing site in Kidderminster, due to rising demand from parent company Specsavers.
Saga is to acquire Nestor Healthcare, the provider of health and social services with 9,000 care workers operating from almost 100 branches, for £133m.
Albion Ventures is to help fund the development of the £4.3m Oakland dementia care centre at Chingford in London by November 2011, with the creation of 50 jobs.
Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust was won approval to set up a new headquarters at Newquay Airport, and will appoint a contractor early next year.
Creston is to acquire Cooney Waters and Alembic Health Communications, the US healthcare communications agencies with 50 staff, for up to £19m.
Optimo has acquired TLC Homecare, the Doncaster-based care services firm with 140 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Healthcare Locums is to acquire HCA, the Australian provider of nursing agency staff, for £75m.
PDSA is planning to build a new £1.6m pet hospital in Birmingham, due to rising demand at its existing site in Quinton.
Grwp Gwalia has announced plans for the development of a £6.5m nursing home at Mynydd Mawr Hospital in Carmarthenshire.
Choice Care Group has acquired Excel Support Services, the provider of supported living for people with learning disabilities with offices in Bracknell and Sandwell.
Hasler Company is planning to set up a £22m rehabilitation centre for injured armed forces personnel at Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth.
Luxottica Group, the eyewear supplier, is setting up a 15,000 sq ft headquarters at Verulam Point in St Albans.
CVS has acquired St David's Veterinary Hospital, the Exeter-based orthopaedic surgery specialist with 28 staff, for £1.9m.
Pulse, the healthcare staffing agency with 4,000 staff, has been acquired by US private equity firm Blackstone for an estimated £75m.
Freedom Back Clinics is planning to set up a nationwide chain of up to 40 clinics, with the next two due to open in London's Canary Wharf and Manchester.
SurgiCare, the Manchester-based cosmetic surgery firm with 37 staff, has been sold out of administration to The Hospital Medical Group of Bromsgrove for undisclosed terms.
Cochlear Europe, the supplier of hearing implants, is setting up a 22,500 sq ft office at the Bourne Business Park in Weybridge.
Neath Port Talbot Council is seeking contractors for a £200m investment in residential care services, including the development of four new care homes.
Shrewsbury & Telford Hospital NHS Trust is setting up a 21,700 sq ft sterilisation unit at the Queensway Business Park in Telford.
Sunrise Medical is considering plans to relocate its Stourbridge-based medical equipment business and 150 jobs, having been unable to extend the lease beyond October 2012.
Occupational Medicals, the Stockport-based occupational health firm, has been bought out of administration by Berkshire-based Evidence Health.
Careline Lifestyles has won approval to build a £3m care home for adults with neurological and other disabilities in Jarrow, with the creation of 60 jobs.
Mpathy Medical, the Glasgow-based medical devices supplier, has been acquired by Coloplast of Denmark for £22m.
The University of Liverpool is to spend up to £20m recruiting academics for its new cancer research centre due to open next year.
Castleoak Care Developments has unveiled plans to build a new care home in Ludlow, with the creation of up to 90 jobs.
Silk Healthcare is to create 70 jobs at a new care home due to open in Burnley in December.
Priory Group is to create up to 50 jobs at an expanded finance department in Darlington.
Fair Havens has unveiled plans to build a new £15m care centre at Belton Way in Leigh, Essex, by 2015.
Michelson Diagnostics has secured funding of £1.7m from Octopus Investments to fund the expansion of its Kent-based medical equipment business.
We Are The Care Company is to create 50 jobs at its new home care service in Telford.
Peterborough City Council has approved plans from PJ Care to build a £12m neurological care home in Bretton by spring 2012, with the creation of 180 jobs.
Warwickshire County Council is considering plans for up to 20 new care home developments by 2015.
Balhousie Care Group has secured funding of £45m to expand its Scottish chain of 21 care homes, including new sites in Aberdeenshire, Fife, Tayside and West Lothian.
Babybond is planning to expand its network of 40 pregnancy scanning centres to 100 by 2012, including franchises and company-owned sites.
Scarsdale Veterinary Group is to open a new £9m veterinary hospital at Pride Park in Derby next summer, with the relocation of 50 staff and the creation of 20 new jobs.
Caremark is to expand its home-based care services across north east Cheshire, with the creation of more than 200 jobs.
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is to invest £6.5m in the expansion of the Dane Garth mental health facility at Furness General Hospital by 2012.
Taunton Deane Borough Council is to receive plans from Montpelier Estates to develop a mental health hospital in Chelston, with the creation of 225 jobs.
Right at Home UK of Preston is planning to set up a nationwide chain of more than 100 home care franchises over the next ten years.
Lloydspharmacy has acquired Betterlifehealthcare, the Leyland-based supplier of mobility and healthcare products, for undisclosed terms.
NHS Oxfordshire is planning to build a new £8m community hospital in Bicester by 2013, and three potential locations are being considered.
Eden Supported Housing, the Newark-based supported-living provider with 560 staff in Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire, has undergone a management buy-out backed by Sovereign Capital.
North Wales Business Park is in negotiations with Oldham-based Marantomark to set up a health centre at its site in Abergele, including brain injury and dementia care facilities and the creation of up to 350 jobs.
Europlaz Technologies is planning to expand the 40-strong workforce at its Essex-based medical devices factory to 50 by the end of the year.
NHS Hertfordshire is planning to rebuild the QEII Hospital in Welwyn Garden City by 2014, including a new casualty department and maternity unit.
Guardian Homecare, the Gillingham-based care services firm with 400 staff in Kent, Surrey, Essex, Northern Ireland and Lancashire, has been sold by Bupa to City & County Healthcare.
East Lindsey District Council is to consider plans from Goodfellows Partnership for a 60-bed £3.5m care home in Louth, with the creation of up to 68 jobs.
OHS is planning to expand the workforce at its Bradford-based health and safety consultancy from 100 to 120 and almost double the turnover to £10m over the next two years.
Fortress Diagnostics is to invest £1m in the expansion of its Antrim-based medical diagnostics business, with the creation of 11 jobs.
Home Instead Senior Care is looking to create up to 120 new jobs at its care operations in Sheffield.
Culzean Medical Devices has secured Scottish Government funding to expand its factory in Prestwick, with the creation of 39 jobs.
NHS Cumbria is seeking permission to build a new £11m cottage hospital in Cockermouth by 2012, with the creation of 55 jobs.
Lake District National Park Authority is to consider plans from Manor Care Home Group to build a £3m care home in Keswick, with the creation of about 50 jobs.
City of York Council is to consider plans from Primary Care Investments to build an 83-bed care home near the Nuffield Hospital in Haxby Road, which would create 90 jobs.
Sure Healthcare has submitted plans to build a 30-bed high-dependency unit at Derwent House in Kexby, near York, which would create 40 jobs.
Priory Group is to submit plans for a £15m 75-bed mental health facility in Wellington, Somerset, with the creation of 225 jobs.
Capita Group has acquired National Dental Plan for £30m, with the transfer of about 20 London-based staff.
Pinnacle Staffing Group is to sell its agency nursing and medical services business to Arabella Health Staffing for £2.7m, with the transfer of 117 staff.
Brighton Council is to consider plans from Brighton Orthopaedic & Sports Injury Clinic to set up a £24m medical centre at the former Legal & General office in Hove, with the creation of 150 jobs.
Schoolhouse Daycare is planning to double its Swansea-based chain of five childcare nurseries over the next seven years.
Prestige Nursing is to create up to 200 jobs at its new nursing and home care service in West and South Yorkshire over the next year.
Servoca has acquired Phoenix Employment Services, the provider of recruitment services to the care sector, out of administration for £1m.
Home Instead Senior Care is to create 50 jobs at its new care services business in Telford over the next year.
Shropshire Council is to consider plans from Esquire Pearl Realty to build a 78-bed dementia care home at Hanwood Bank near Shrewsbury, with the creation of 70 jobs.
Copeland Council is to consider plans from Pathfinding Commercial to build a care home and 72 properties at the former Sekers site in Whitehaven, with the creation of up to 80 jobs.
Assura Medical is setting up a 5,100 sq ft medical services office at Daresbury Business Park.
Macklin Group is creating 140 jobs at a new £4m care home due to open in Dunmurry in August.
Apex Health & Social Care has won a new contract from Tameside council to provide home care for the elderly, which will create 25 new jobs.
Barchester Healthcare has acquired Gorseway Care, the Hayling Island-based care home operator.
Synergy Health is to set up a 28,500 sq ft surgical instrument decontamination centre at Sheffield Parkway, with the transfer of up to 100 staff from the NHS by next May.
SSL International, the manufacturer of health care products with sites in London, Manchester, Middleton, Peterlee and Redruth, is to be acquired by Reckitt Benckiser for £2.5bn.
Healthcare Locums is to acquire Redwood Health, the provider of nursing staff, for up to £6.7m.
Caremark East Riding is planning to create more than 200 jobs with the expansion of its home-based care service across East Yorkshire over the next year.
Platinum Training & Development, the childcare education provider with 80 staff in Dudley, Derby and Newcastle-under-Lyme, has been acquired by Paragon Education & Skills of Bournemouth.
Renfrewshire Council is to consider plans from Pacific Care to build a two-storey care home at the former Mount Royale Hostel in Linwood, with the creation of 120 jobs.
Cornwall Care is planning to build a £12m 72-bedroom care home in St Ives, employing about 100 staff, in order to replace two homes in Carbis Bay.
The Welsh Assembly is to provide £12m of funding to improve pathology services across Wales, including an IT upgrade to link laboratories.
Huntsworth has acquired ScopeMedical, the medical communications company with offices in Sevenoaks and the US, for an initial £4.6m.
TG Eakin is investing £1.5m in the expansion of its medical devices factory at Comber in County Down.
The Welsh Assembly is to help fund a £13m investment in two centres in Wrexham and Flintshire to service and clean ambulances.
Optegra UK is to set up a 13,000 sq ft ophthalmic treatment centre at One Didsbury Point in Manchester.
Moulton College has won permission to build a sports injury clinic at its site in Northampton.
Calderstones Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is setting up an 8,600 sq ft financial services office at Viscount House on Blackburn Interchange.
The Christie of Manchester is forming a £14m joint venture with HCA International of the US to create up to 150 jobs at a new private patient cancer centre in Withington.
Primary Health Properties is to acquire Health Investments, the owner of 14 primary care and pharmacy properties nationwide, for £12m.
Priory Group is to invest £50m opening 16 care homes in Northern Ireland over the next two years, with the creation of 1,000 jobs.
Boots is to introduce nurse-led clinics to its shops to provide services such as travel vaccinations and blood pressure checks, and the first two will open in Nottingham and Milton Keynes next month.
NHS Tayside has awarded a £95m contract to Morgan Sindall and Robertson Capital Projects to build two mental health units at the Murray Royal Hospital in Perth and the Stracathro Hospital in Angus.
Wolverhampton City Council has unveiled plans to build a £30m 60-bedroom dementia care centre on Penn Road by 2013.
Age UK is setting up a 55,000 sq ft headquarters at 1 Tavistock Square in London.
Total Care North West has acquired Heritage Homecare Services, the Colne-based domiciliary care firm with 35 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Hunters Moor Neurorehabilitation is to create up to 75 jobs at its new brain treatment centre at Hall Green in Birmingham this year, and aims to open nine centres across the country over the next few years.
Castel Froma is looking to build a new 72-bedroom care centre in Leamington, with the relocation of up to 150 staff from its existing site on Lillington Road.
Priory Group is to create up to 60 jobs at the new Charles Court nursing home due to open in Hereford this summer.
Torfaen County Borough Council is to consider plans from Bristol-based Perran to build a £3m nursing home and care village in Pontypool, with the creation of up to 100 jobs.
International Brand Licensing is to acquire EKF-diagnostic, the German supplier of diagnostic devices, for £12m, and will change its name to EKF Diagnostics Holdings.
Salts Healthcare has acquired UCI Healthcare, the dispensing appliance contractor with customer care centres in Charlbury, Chesterfield and Newcastle, for undisclosed terms.
Hertsmere Borough Council is to consider plans from Cooperscroft to build a new three-storey 60-bedroom care home to replace an existing home in Potters Bar.
NHS North Yorkshire & York is planning to build a new £10m mental health centre at its Clifton Park Hospital site in York.
Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust is to invest £9.6m in building and equipment improvements to Epsom, St Helier and Sutton hospitals over the next year.
Capita Group has acquired Premier Medical Group, the provider of medical screening services with 280 staff in Ludlow, Lincoln, Pangbourne and London, for £60m.
Digitimer has bought Gaeltec, the Skye-based medical device manufacturer with 12 staff, out of administration.
Home Instead Senior Care is looking to expand the 30-strong workforce at its home care operations in Bristol to 100.
SurgiCare has acquired Plastic Surgery Partners, the London-based cosmetic surgery practice, for undisclosed terms.
DAV Developments is planning to open up to 16 care homes, hotels and restaurants in the North East over the next four years, with the creation of 1,000 jobs.
CVS has acquired Ark Alliance, the North Yorkshire-based chain of four veterinary practices.
Allied Healthcare has acquired a 50.1% stake in Homecare Independent Living Group, the provider of social care services in Northern Ireland, for £3.9m.
Herefordshire Council has approved plans to build a new £4.7m NHS medical centre in Kington.
Prosurgics has been acquired by a new venture capital-backed company called FreeHand Surgical for £3.2m, in order to fund the commercial development of its medical robotics technology.
Cavendish has been appointed by a group of doctors to raise £80m from investors to fund the development of a new hospital in Kent, under the name of the Kent Institute of Medicine & Surgery.
DestinationSkin has raised £2m from a consortium of investors to invest in its chain of ten beauty clinics.
Neuro Partners is planning to expand its brain injury care operations into Middlesbrough and Preston, with the creation of 150 jobs.
Van Os Medical of the Netherlands is looking to expand its rehabilitation equipment business in the UK by 40% this year, having set up a new headquarters at the Escrick Business Park in York.
Ashley House has acquired SPS, the Daresbury-based developer of mental health facilities, for about £1.5m.
Burnley Council has approved plans from Tanyaco to build a new nursing home on Pendle Way, with the creation of almost 40 jobs.
Hillingdon Primary Care Trust is planning to build a new polyclinic health centre in Hayes.
Home Instead is planning to create about 30 jobs at its new homecare franchise in Fareham.
Medline of the US is setting up a 128,000 sq ft medical supplies distribution centre at Manor Point in Runcorn.
Avondale Care is to set up a new £5.1m headquarters, care home and training centre at the Glenbervie Business Park near Falkirk, with the creation of 120 jobs.
Rosewood Homes is planning to build five new care homes in the North East over the next two years, with the creation of up to 425 jobs.
Domestic Care Services is creating 30 new jobs at its community care operations across Northern Ireland, and has just acquired First Class Care, the Comber-based firm with 37 staff.
Birmingham City Council is planning to build a shared services centre in Sparkbrook to provide council and healthcare customer advice by early 2012.
North Norfolk District Council is to consider plans for the development of a £5m community healthcare campus and a 48-bed care home on a five-acre site at Clipbush Lane in Fakenham.
Pennaf Housing Group has won planning permission to build a £5m nursing home in Colwyn Bay by May 2011.
Samedaydoctor Group, the nationwide chain of eight private GP clinics, has bought back its Manchester franchise for undisclosed terms.
Wiltshire Council has secured preliminary approval from the Department of Health to invest £41m in dementia care services, including two new homes in Salisbury and Wootton Bassett.
East Anglia's Children's Hospices is raising £3m to build a new hospice in Ipswich over the next 15 months.
Willowbrook has secured £24m of private equity and debt funding to expand its chain of three Avery care homes in the Midlands and North.
Birmingham Children's Hospital is to increase capacity with a £7m investment programme, with the recruitment of up to 80 additional nurses.
Pendine Park is to create up to 200 jobs at its new Independent Living and dementia care operations in Wrexham and Caernarfon.
NHS Leicester City is to proceed with plans to invest £8m in the development of two new primary care health centres at Belgrave and De Montfort University by 2011.
University of Sheffield has secured a donation of £8m to go towards the development of a £12m Motor Neurone Disease research centre.
LEEC, the Nottingham-based manufacturer of hospital and laboratory equipment with 70 staff, is to undergo a £4.4m management buy-out backed by Octopus Ventures.
Dental Buying Group, the Cheshire-based dental supplies firm, is to undergo a management buy-out backed by Synova Capital.
RehabWorks, the chain of 19 rehabilitation centres with 72 staff, has undergone a £10m management buy-out backed by Sovereign Capital.
Active Assistance of Kent has merged with First Call Care Services of Essex, and the combined group will expand its live-in care operations with support from private equity firm August Equity.
CVS is to acquire Cedar Veterinary Services, the operator of an animal hospital and two surgeries in Hampshire and Dorset with 34 staff.
Scottish Government has announced plans to spend £557m on its hospital building programme, including projects due next year in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Nuffield Health is to invest £30m converting its recently-acquired chain of up to 51 Cannons health clubs into fitness and wellbeing centres over the next two years, and "health hubs" will be opened at some of its 31 hospitals.
PMP Health Group is looking to invest up to £250m in the development of doctors' surgeries and other healthcare facilities for the NHS and private sector.
NHS North East has secured government approval for the development of a new £464m hospital at Wynyard Park on Teesside by 2015.
Domus Healthcare has acquired Clear Care Agency, the Hebden Bridge-based care home operator, for undisclosed terms.
Home Instead Senior Care is creating 50 new jobs at its office in Crewe, due to rising demand for its at-home care services.
NHS Borders is to invest £7m in the development of three new health centres in Galashiels, Jedburgh and Lauder by 2012.
Cheltenham Borough Council is to consider plans from the Orders of St John Care Trust to build an 81-bedroom care home in Pittville, with the creation of more than 100 jobs.
Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust is to build a new £12m mental health centre for children at Beighton Community Hospital in Sheffield by the end of next year.
Right at Home of the US is planning to create up to 250 jobs at its new UK head office in Preston by 2015, as part of a strategy to develop a nationwide network of in-home care offices with the creation of up to 2,000 jobs.
The Scottish Futures Trust is providing £13m to fund a number of health service construction projects, including a health centre in Muirhouse, Edinburgh, and a health village in Aberdeen.
Meridian Healthcare has won planning permission to build a £4.3m care home at Millbrook, Stalybridge, by 2011, with the creation of 40 jobs.
Bupa International is to set up a 45,000 sq ft office at Victory House in Trafalgar Place, Brighton.
NHS North Somerset has won outline permission to build a new £15m community hospital in Clevedon, with the transfer of 90 jobs from the existing Cottage Hospital and the creation of 35 new jobs.
Care UK is to be acquired by private equity firm Bridgepoint in a £423m deal, and plans to build up to 30 new nursing homes over the next five years.
Virgin Group has acquired a 75% stake in the medical division of Assura Group, which operates about 30 NHS walk-in GP surgeries, in a £4m deal.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust is seeking permission to build a residential centre in Llanelli, with the creation of up to 70 jobs.
Advanced Computer Software has acquired Cerrus, the Surrey-based provider of community care and support management solutions, for £0.4m.
Ultralase, the Leeds-based chain of 17 laser eye clinics, has been sold in a pre-pack administration by KPMG to a consortium of its lending banks.
Bridges Sustainable Property Fund is investing £5m in Castleoak for the development of five new care homes in regeneration areas.
CPL Resources has acquired an 80% stake in Servisource Healthcare and Servisource Recruitment, the providers of home health care and recruitment services on a nationwide basis.
NHS Western Isles is to build a £4.7m dental training and treatment centre at the Western Isles Hospital in Stornoway by the end of the year.
CVS is to acquire Veterinary Enterprises & Trading, the West Sussex-based chain of 27 surgeries operating under the Pet Doctors brand, for up to £12m.
Carewatch has acquired Always There Homecare of Crewe and Four Seasons Homecare of Burnley for undisclosed terms, creating a network of 147 domiciliary care branches.
NHS Gloucestershire has won permission from Cotswold District Council to build a new £11m hospital at Moreton-in-Marsh, with the creation of up to 150 jobs.
Apex Health & Social Care is to create 50 jobs at its Manchester-based nursing agency, having won new local authority contracts in Liverpool and Oldham.
Eschmann, the West Sussex-based medical equipment manufacturer with 200 staff, has been acquired by Sisk Group of Ireland.
Fishawack of Knutsford has acquired Nexus Communications, the US healthcare communications agency.
East Kent NHS Hospital University Trust has unveiled plans for a £125m investment in its hospitals, including improvements at sites in Canterbury, Margate and Ashford.
Care UK, the health and social care provider, is in advanced negotiations for a £276m management buy-out backed by Bridgepoint Capital.
Medicart International is to relocate its Essex-based medical equipment supplies business to a former HM Customs & Excise data centre in Shoebury.
CareCapital has sold Sinclair Montrose Properties, the owner of 14 medical centres, to Primary Health Investment Properties for £24m.
Cheshire West & Chester Council is to consider plans from the Bolesworth Estate to build an elderly care village near Tattenhall by 2013, with the creation of more than 100 jobs.
DRC Group, the Milton Keynes-based provider of staff to the NHS, has been acquired by private equity firm Hamilton Bradshaw.
Vygon has won planning permission to develop a 250,000 sq ft warehouse at the former Motorola site in Blunsdon, Swindon, and will relocate its medical products business from Cirencester in 2011.
Optegra Eye Hospitals has acquired Yorkshire Eye Hospital, the Apperley Bridge-based private hospital with 49 staff, for £4m, and will invest £1.2m at the site.
Sanctuary Group is to build a new £11m residential care home in Pitsea, Essex, by 2011.
Vindon Healthcare is to acquire Westech Instruments, the US distributor of low-temperature storage products, for up to £0.2m.
Bournemouth Borough Council has approved plans for the development of a £3.5m dementia care centre in Kinson.
Wyre Forest District Council is to consider plans from Bovale to develop a 67-bed care home and residential units in Stourport, with the creation of up to 100 jobs.
NHS Barnet is planning to build a new £40m hospital to replace the Finchley Memorial Hospital by 2012.
Acorn Care & Education, the Bolton-based provider of care services for children with 14 offices across the country, has been acquired by Teachers' Private Capital of Canada for undisclosed terms.
Home Instead Senior Care is planning to create 40 jobs at its new home care office in Cambridge this year.
Grp Gwalia is to create 132 new jobs at its social housing and care operations across Wales this year.
Choice Care Group has secured £31m from Royal Bank of Scotland to fund the expansion of its Reading-based chain of 39 care homes.
Suffolk County Council is to request a £30m Department of Health grant to build new care homes in Mildenhall, Haverhill and Lowestoft.
NHS South of Tyne & Wear is planning to build a new £11m health centre in Sunderland by October 2011, in order to replace the Pallion Health Centre.
Priory Group is to acquire Affinity Healthcare Group, the operator of the Middleton St George Hospital near Darlington and the Cheadle Royal Hospital in Cheshire, from Duke Street Capital for undisclosed terms.
Healthcare Homes of Colchester has acquired the 35-bed Olive House care home at Newton Flotman in Norfolk, taking its chain to 23.
Helen McArdle Care is planning to expand its Gateshead-based chain of nine care homes to 15 by 2012, and will create 200 jobs at new sites in Consett, Kenton and Hebburn this year.
Carlisle City Council is to consider plans from G&J Seddon to build a £5m 70-bed care home at Harraby, with the creation of 50 jobs.
Hunters Moor is forming a joint venture with Philip Parkinson Homecare to create a home care service for people with brain injuries, with the creation of 40 jobs in Birmingham and the North East.
OHS has acquired Fieldside Health & Safety Management of Doncaster for undisclosed terms, in order to expand its Bradford-based environmental management consultancy.