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Research provided by the Office of Fair Trading states that there are more than 12million people in the UK over 60 years of age, of which 752,000 are between 85 and 89, and 376,000 aged 90 or over.
Seven in every 1000 people aged between 65 and 74 are living in communal nursing and residential care establishments, but after this, the figure increases rapidly to around 250 per 1000 for people aged 90 and over.
It also states that demand for care homes could increase by 25 per cent by 2013, 60 per cent by 2023 and by 150 per cent by 2043.
The industry has seen a massive influx of investment over recent years and is fast becoming an integral part of a balanced portfolio. Banks and lending institutions are becoming very eager to lend within this industry due to the long term, robust and lower risk income streams that it offers.
The Government Actuary produces the official national 'population projections' for the UK and its constituent countries. Based on the latest projections for the UK, if the current rate at which elderly people live in care should continue to apply in the future, demand is likely to grow rapidly, driven primarily by increases in the population aged 75 years and over.
Historically people are living longer as medical care improves meaning the need for care homes is only going to increase. Industry changes to the level of care home standard will cause the demand to increase further.
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