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Town heralds firm’s expansion - A multi-million pound regeneration by a rapidly expanding

A multi-million pound regeneration by a rapidly expanding healthcare company of what was once an eyesore building has been heralded as “an example that people are seeing Lowestoft as an opportunity”. Kingsley Healthcare held a celebration to mark the official opening of its new 14,000 sq ft, offices in Clapham Road South, renovating the old Suffolk County Council building and creating the potential for another 100 jobs.

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Officially opened Kingsley House, Kingsley Healthcare’s new head office

A delegation from Coutts led by managing director commercial banking Chris Dos Santos today (Wednesday August 24) officially opened Kingsley House, Kingsley Healthcare’s new head office in Lowestoft.

Following a plaque unveiling, CEO Daya Thayan said: “I am delighted to welcome all our guests at what is an immensely proud moment in Kingsley’s history.

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Major expansion could lead to 100 new jobs for coastal resort

The multi-million-pound regeneration of an eyesore in the heart of Lowestoft by Kingsley Healthcare could bring a further 100 jobs to the town, its chief executive has revealed. The rapidly-expanding firm moved into its new offices in Clapham Road South this week after a major renovation of the town’s former Suffolk County Council building.

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Goodbye to Silkcutters House!

Kingsley staff are packing up this week ready for their move to the company's new headquarters, Kingsley House, in Clapham Road South, Lowestoft. There was just time for a final photocall on the steps of their offices in School Road which have been their home since October 2012.

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Care firm boss welcomes rise

The boss of an East Anglian care firm Kingsley Healthcare has welcomed the introduction of the National Living Wage – despite concerns from other sector leaders at the increased financial pressure.

Daya Thayan, whose company employs 1,400 people in 26 care homes across the country, said the change was “an opportunity to revisit our policies, even if that means we give up some profits”.

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