Radically new planning measure are required if the UK is to keep pace in the demand for retirement housing.
Moving to a retirement community requires careful consideration, so here’s a quick summary of the common benefits and downsides people identify.
Here in the UK, Retirement Living communities are still a relatively new concept, but how could they look like in the coming decades?
It’s clear that for those now reaching retirement age, their lifestyles and values differ vastly from all of the generations preceding them.
Three in five over-55s now want to live in a property suitable to their changing needs.
The sector is forecast to grow by £2.65bn as customers look for greater flexibility and investors become more attracted to the sector.
Maintenance-free living and a strong social network are just some of the benefits.
A new study compares the costs of living in a typical residential home versus a retirement apartment and the answer may surprise you.
A fitting tribute to The Gleneagles Hotel and the memory of Andrew Sachs.