Guide to choosing a retirement village
Choosing a retirement village is just like choosing any other place to live, it’s important to do your research into the lifestyle and facilities on offer and base your decision on your personal needs and circumstances.
Despite the name, people who move to retirement villages aren’t all necessarily retired, some make the move just to enjoy access to a range of activities and to be part of a community of like-minded people. For others, the option to build in at-home care, should you ever need it, is a reason that retirement villages appeal to many.
Choosing a retirement property is a big decision and we encourage you to seek independent advice and discuss your options with your family and your legal advisers in detail.
Residents share their tips for other people looking for a retirement village
This guide to choosing a retirement village covers a range of common questions about what life in a retirement village is like as well as budgeting and purchasing options and has been written to help you make a considered decision about your future.
Denham Garden Village
Denham Garden Village is Anchor’s award-winning development of retirement apartments, houses and bungalows situated in south Buckinghamshire. Our location in the Buckinghamshire countryside offers t...
Bishopstoke Park retirement village offers a range of beautiful homes, state-of-the-art facilities, like-minded neighbours, a vibrant community and plenty of the finer things to discover and savour. ...
Hampshire Lakes retirement village offers a unique experience; a range of stunning apartments with lakeside scenery, state-of-the-art facilities and a vibrant community of like-minded people. It is a ...
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