March 14, 2019 Property

Business growth prompts head office relocation for Oakland Care

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Due to rapid business growth, Oakland Care is relocating its Head Office from Newbury Park, Ilford to Central London. The move, which will see the organisation occupy new offices on the 6th Floor of 10 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6AF, will be complete by 1st April 2019.
The new location will make Oakland Care more accessible to many of the organisation’s stakeholders and partners, and will be a much more attractive location for future hires in the expanding Head Office team.
Speaking about the move, Oakland Care CEO, Harnoop Atkar said: “Our Head Office relocation marks a period of significant growth for Oakland Care. With a number of new Oakland Care homes opening over the next few years, this new location will give us access to a much wider pool of talent that will be required to support our growing business.
“As well as this, it will provide our current team with a more comfortable, modern and attractive working environment. We’re really excited for this move and for the future of Oakland Care as an organisation.”
Oakland Care has a 25-year track record in developing and operating market-leading elderly care homes in London and the South East. Their high-end care homes focus on delivering the highest standard of care, five-star hospitality services and exceptional resident experiences.
Oakland Care currently operate three care homes:
• Beechwood Grove in Eastbourne, East Sussex
• Hastings Court in Hastings, East Sussex
• Woodland Grove in Loughton, Essex
They have a further three homes under construction. Lambwood Heights in Chigwell, Essex is due to open in autumn 2019 and a further two homes will be opening in 2020, one in Wantage, Oxfordshire and one in Enfield, Middlesex. There are also a further five sites in the development phase.

From 1st April 2019, the new address for Oakland Care is Oakland Care, 6th Floor, 10 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6AF, telephone number 0203 0193939.

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