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Ashley House Plc
Equity, Small Cap, Social Impact
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Social Impact:  Physical Health
Business Area: Health, Elderly and Social Care Infrastructure; Development; Design and Construction Management; Asset Management
Established: 1991

Location: High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, UK

Ashley House Plc (Ashley House) was established in 1991 as a social developer. The company has a 25 year track record in providing innovative approaches to the resourcing, funding, design and delivery of health, care and supported living environments. The company works in partnership with local government, health commissions and affordable housing providers. The objective is to address health and social care needs of communities throughout the UK. The company has developed in excess of 200 properties and has improved outcomes across the country by providing its clients with the most cost effective property solutions. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Charitable Care Investment Fund L.P.
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Social Impact:  Mental Health and Wellbeing
Business Area: Housing; Supported Living; Care, Social infrastructure
Established: 2014

Location: London, UK

Charitable Care Investment Fund L.P. (CCIF) has been specifically created to address the UK shortage of good quality care beds and facilities, as well as the shortage of funds to provide these facilities for those unable to pay for their own care. CCIF plans to raise £400 million of long term, low cost finance and lend this to UK care charities to enable them to provide more fully compliant and better accommodation especially, but not exclusively, for the elderly. CCIF is expected to generate 5,000-6,000 new beds in charitable care homes. The fund will provide support to the charity sector via longterm loans of up to 20 years. This will have a direct impact on the welfare of the poorer members of the community, which charities must serve as part of delivering their public benefit. As a social investment intermediary, CCIF hopes to provide a blueprint for funding other examples of social infrastructure. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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Dedicated Home Care Ltd
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Social Impact:  Mental Health and Wellbeing
Business Area: Specialised Residential Care Homes; Supported Living; Environmental Sustainability
Established: 2016

Location: London, UK

Dedicated Home Care Ltd (DHC) is a high quality homecare provider with a focus on the issues faced by elderly people who wish to remain in their own homes and be able to enjoy an independent life as much as possible. Demand in this area has been growing for a number of years, increasing the pressure on already overstretched social and healthcare services in the UK. DHC is led by a board comprising the three founders, who have relevant experience in the provision of care, property maintenance and financial products. The team will be reinforced with other appropriate appointments as required. DHC is currently in its developmental stage with a pilot launching during H1 2017. The company will provide a blend of services, and the core activities will include: Personal care for elderly people; Maintenance of the dwelling; Local area care managers who will directly coordinate all services; A 24/7 call centre staffed by care professionals and based in the UK; Access to funding for those who are asset rich and cash poor. The company uses technology as an integral part of the management and communication structure. This report was produced for the Social Stock Exchange Annual Research Book 2017. It delivers an independent take on the Environmental, Social, Governance, as well as Economic performance of the members of the Social Stock Exchange.

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