An article in Property Week highlights the progressive vision for later living – where independence and wellbeing are at the heart of that offer.

Guild Living is going to build city centre communities combining architecture and interiors that support ageing, but also focus on mixed-use elements. Open-plan green spaces, fitness centres, cafés, cinemas, libraries and onsite children’s nurseries. Read full Guild Living Property Week article here

Britain is soon to face a tide of ageing baby-boomers who currently have little in the way of age-appropriate housing. Currently, less than 1% of people aged over 65 live in dedicated retirement communities in the UK.

We are engulfed by a chronic undersupply of new housing, so it is especially good news to also see that Legal and General has been given the green light for their £215m ‘Inspired Village’ later living scheme on the site of their old head office. (see Property Week article)