Chairman lives in a £5.8million mansion
SHIRAZ BOGHANI SUSSEX Health Care’s joint chairman is a 67-year-old millionaire hotelier who lives in a £5.8 million seven-bedroom mansion on the outskirts of London. One of his companies – the Splendid Hospitality Group – has 20 hotels, including the 292bedroom Hilton London Bankside. Boghani was named Hotelier of the Year at the Asian Business Awards last year. SHAFIK SACHEDINA THE joint SHC chairman – a dental surgeon and property developer – lives in a sevenbedroom house in Purley, south London. A decade ago the 67-year-old was prosecuted for allowing too much sewage waste from one of his care homes to flow into a bathing spot. He was fined £5,000 for allowing dangerous chemicals to spill into the stream near Uckfield. CORRINE WALLACE THE SHC director of operations and services was crowned Employer of the Year at the regional awards last year. The 56-year-old – who is the registered accountable person at each of the care homes – was notified by a coroner in 2012 of the ‘gross failures’ linked to the death of Christopher Allen. She lives in a £850,000 four-bed detached home near Crawley. PETER CATCHPOLE THE local councillor was a paid adviser to SHC while he oversaw adult care services for West Sussex County Council, which is understood to have paid the firm millions of pounds for care services. The 70-yearold, who was the cabinet member for adult social care, stepped down from his council job this summer after the investigation into SHC was launched.