The March edition of The Parliamentary Review, a publication now in its fifth year of circulation, serves as a platform for educators, politicians and business leaders alike to share their knowledge and best practice. With an esteemed readership, including pertinent figures from both Houses, The Review maintains a non-partisan approach to sharing insight across a variety of policy sectors.
Based in York, Inclusion Housing is a leading health and social care landlord for vulnerable adults, providing flexible, innovative housing solutions and life opportunities in collaboration. Chief Executive Neil Brown elaborates on their unique approach and positive outcomes in this year’s Review.
Theresa May and Professor Ted Baker, the Chief Inspector of Hospitals, appear alongside a small number of relevant individuals and organisations from the Care sector. Topics discussed in the Care Review include CMA’s care homes market study, care home bed losses, wage pressures and tougher legal liability for corporate providers.
Co-chairman of The Review Lord Blunkett has already commented on the wide range and informative articles appearing in this year’s edition, stating that “The Parliamentary Review is a must for those who have the real story behind the scenes and a solid perspective for the future.”
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”
Inclusion Housing’s article can be viewed here: