Any business falling within the scope of registration must be registered with the relevant regulator, be it Ofsted or the Department for Education.
The process of registration can be complicated and lengthy but if a provider prepares itself thoroughly then it should run more smoothly. Our team of specialist lawyers can make sure that this process is as seamless as possible.
If a potential provider’s application to be registered with Ofsted is refused, then this can have serious implications for them as it can prevent them and associated persons from being involved in the running of a children’s home in the future, which can also affect other current registrations.
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They are saviours! They rescued my business – they are worth every penny!
You feel that you get both legal advice and consultancy, borne out of many years of dealing with regulators.
Caroline came back to me immediately with a high quality, considered response.
I was immediately impressed with Jenny’s knowledge in legal matters and how care homes work at a business level
I went to their symposium – it was a big investment of time – but it was wonderful – I learnt a lot and like the way they spoke – easy to understand, clear, friendly – I would definitely use them if I needed to – and would absolutely recommend them
I know for a fact that the CQC fear Ridouts – they know you are taking it seriously if you work with Ridouts.
I got through to Paul immediately and he told me what to do there and then; I didn’t realise how limited the Local Authority’s powers were.
A superlative job – Thank You seems insufficient.