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Roythornes Assists Macc Care to Buy Next Site

Macc Care Group, care developer and operator in the Midlands, has acquired a new site in Solihull, with the assistance of Midland’s real estate experts Roythornes Solicitors.

The multi-award winning Macc Care Group, founded by doctors Naz Nathani and Sanjay Aggarwal, works closely with local authorities in bespoke developments addressing local needs and has various sites in development. This new site in Solihull will be commissioned in January 2022.

Bhavesh Amlani, national head of real estate, and Emily Danson, real estate partner, at top 200 national law firm Roythornes, acquired the Solihull site on behalf of Macc Care Group. Mike Matthews, a partner in Roythornes’ corporate team led on the corporate aspects of the transaction.

“Macc is an impressive organisation with industry leading development capabilities and an ambitious expansion plan. The recent Solihull acquisition was complex and not without its challenges, which meant that a practical and pragmatic approach adopted by the team in light of the timescales helped enormously with a smooth deal process,” said Bhavesh.

Macc is also looking to acquire other sites in the Midlands, which Roythornes is dealing with. Macc has recently commenced development on another existing site in Solihull, which will see the delivery of 80 care home units, 12 assisted living units and a further 47 residential units.

Dr Naz Nathani, director of Macc Care Group, said: “We work with Roythornes because of their property development expertise. We have a fast-paced growth strategy with various legal requirements and have always relied on Bhav and Emily to work as part of our team and they have always provided sound legal advice with flexibility and commercial awareness that we desire.”

Macc also focuses on retirement/assisted living as a close care model. Roythornes also advises on plot sales for the development arm of the Macc Care Group called Macc Living – which is another growing element to their business.