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ANNiversAry 25YEArSfOrCArEliNE


OneoftheUK’s largest providers of personal alarmmonitoringhas just celebrated25years in business. Founded in 1988,CarelineUKhas beenproviding reassurance24 hours a day, 365 days of the year, for a quarter of a century. To celebrate its25thbirthday,


Greenhouse in Leeds NewcommissioN


TWONEW APPOiNTMENTS fOrBrAEMAr ESTATES


Specialist propertymanager Braemar Estateshas been appointedattwo prominent Yorkshire buildings - Greenhouse in Leeds and Westgate Apartments in York. Both buildings will be managedbyPropertyManager, Dan Dickinson,from Braemar Estates’ Leeds office. Westgate Apartments is


aprestigious residential developmentcomprising114 apartments on thebanks of the River Ouse in central York. The seven storey building consists of four domed towers enclosing the building’s atrium. Greenhouse, theUK’smost


pioneering lowcarbon development, is a mixed- useschemeconsistingof172 apartments andover15,000 sq ft of office space in Leeds. It is oneof the best known buildings in Leeds and has wonmultiple awards for sustainability andregeneration.


HenryPowell-Jones, Business


DevelopmentManager for Braemar Estatescommented: “We’re delighted to have been


appointed on two such prestigious Yorkshirebuildingswhich add to ourgrowing portfolioofbuildings undermanagement in the region. Wewill focus on the pro-active management of both buildings, whileworking closelywiththe residents living there.” Braemar Estatesmanages a


number of landmark, new-build andmixed-use developments throughout the Yorkshire region includingLeeds, Bradford, Hull and York. The business has also fullyembraced thebenefits of socialmedia and has expanded itsuse of thesechannelsasa platform to further communicate with residentsatits developments nationwide.


FormoreinformationonBraemarEstates goto:www.braemar-estates.com


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it invitedcustomersandpartners to itsNewMiltonHQto tour the controlcentreandmeet someof the 123staffwhohandle 6,500telecare callsper day.Guestsalsohadan introductionitsnewnurse-led telehealth servicecalledAppello. Thecontrol centre is now


equipped with its own specially designedmonitoringplatform called Carenetwhich integrates


both telecare andtelehealth monitoring and was created in partnership with the organisation responsible forthe 999 call handling platform. Gill Bennett,Head of


CarelineUK,added: “CarelineUK wasstarted in in June 1988 to servethe residentsofjustnine retirement developments in Hampshire. Todayour experienced teamrespondstoemergency telecare callsfrom over 110,000 customers and provides out-of- hourssupport formorethan 500,000 homesacrosstheUK.We plan to be at theforefrontofthe telecare andtelehealthsectorfor years to come.”


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