- Independence: you enjoy all the comfort, security and privacy of living in your own home, whether rented or owned.
- Finances: if you buy you can hold on to your asset, offering security.
- Lifestyle: you are free to choose the lifestyle, community involvement and level of help you want.
- Facilities: all the essential services and leisure facilities you need are available on-site.
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It might seem that way, but retirement villages have long been common in the United States, New Zealand and Australia. In fact the concept dates back to the 1920s.
Interest in UK retirement communities has increased in recent decades, however, as retirees seek a “middle way” to maintain independence with extra support.