UP TO 7% INNOVATIVE FINANCE ISA OPPORTUNITY WITH
SIMPLY CAPITAL ISA
As part of the Simply UK Group, Simply Capital is working in collaboration with Simply Capital ISA to enable everyday investors the chance to invest into bonds which will then be used to develop projects which will modernise residential care homes across the whole of the UK.
USING YOUR ISA TO DEVELOP CARE HOMES
We, Simply Capital, are working together with our ISA Fund Management partner company, Simply Capital ISA, to bring you an Innovative Finance ISA opportunity which offers high-interest returns in a unique market which has the potential for substantial growth.
As the number of seniors with high care needs in the UK is expected to increase significantly over the next 20 years, there will be a growing need for modern fit-for-purpose care homes.
As funding from the public sector is more constrained, there is an opportunity for the private sector to play a role in updating existing healthcare infrastructure and delivering new care homes.
Demand for care home places will almost double within the next 20 years, a new study reveals, fuelling fears of a crisis that will leave thousands of vulnerable people without vital support. Almost 190,000 more people aged 65 years or older will require care by 2035 to cope with the rise in demand, marking a rise of 86 per cent, according to the paper published in The Lancet.
The Independent – August 2017
PROJECTS SO FAR UNDER SIMPLY UK
Mill Hill Care Home
Now complete, this purpose built, luxury 65 bed Care Home Development in North London provides dementia care and support to residents…
Mixed use £8 million development with 90% of retail space pre-let and anchor tenants including Ladbrokes and Greggs now trading. 90%…
Currently on site with a purpose built 112 bed Care Home Development in South Lanarkshire. The facility will provide dementia and…
2018-2019. 354 NEW BEDS
Bothwell Castle is a new purpose built luxury care homes in Bothwell, an affluent conservation village in South Lanarkshire; widely considered one of Scotland’s most desirable places to live.
Forming part of the Bridge of Weir community, the Bridge of weir care home is set back from the main road with level access to the entrance and grounds. The home enjoys an enviable position on the banks of the River Gryffe.
Based in the area of Culloden, which is famous for its rich history, this state-of-the-art care home will enter it’s planning phase in Summer 2018 and due for completion in Spring 2019.
UP TO 7% INTEREST…
Up to 7% interest per annum
Geographical focus throughout the UK
Experienced Simply management team
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How Do I Invest?
Click on the ‘Join Us’ button, and you’ll be taken to a signup form. Place your details into the form, and one of our representatives will be in touch to take you through the whole process.
Who are Simply Capital?
Simply Capital is the bond issuer and the company which will vet and allow businesses to use parts of the bond for development projects, these firms will lend to fund the project. Simply Capital have a board of trustees which assess all lenders against strict criteria to ensure a project has the best chance to provide a return on investment.
Who are Simply Care Inverness?
Simply Care Inverness is the main bond borrower. Simply Care Inverness will be using the bond to create the project detailed on this website. As part of the contractual agreement between Simply Care Inverness and Simply Capital, Simply Care Inverness use business assets as security against the loan.
Who are Simply Capital ISA?
Simply Capital ISA is a trading name of Northern Provident Investments Limited the ISA fund manager. They will be making sure you receive the interest on your ISA investment and providing the tax free wrapper to your investment. Your ISA will be used to invest in the Simply Capital bond.
The team behind Simply Capital have over 100 years of combined property and finance experience. The team are focused on minimising the risk associated with investing.
The team has developed a more robust investment opportunity which is not dependent on capital yields or growth.