Christmas Tree Gift To Weybridge From New Retirement Development
Tree- mendous gift for Weybridge this Christmas!
McCarthy and Stone, the housebuilder behind Campbell House Retirement Living PLUS development which is currently under construction on Queens Road, Weybridge, has gifted a Christmas tree to help spread festive cheer to local people.
Thanks to their donation, the Christmas tree will sit pride of place at the end of Queens Road, for the annual Christmas Celebrations.
Julie Ward, National Sales Director for McCarthy and Stone, said: “Christmas is a time when communities like Weybridge really come into their own and celebrate. We are pleased to be able to play a part in this year’s festivities and we hope the tree will get everyone into the Christmas spirit.
“We’re very much looking forward to becoming an integrated part of the community in Weybridge as we prepare for the opening of our new Campbell House development next year.”
Campbell House Weybridge Retirement Development
Campbell House will feature an on-site bistro, a communal lounge which is ideal for socialising with friends and new neighbours, beautifully landscaped gardens in which to relax, and a convenient guest suite should friends or relatives wish to stay.
Apartments will be fitted to the highest specification. Modern kitchens will include integrated appliances, there are spacious open-plan living areas and stylish en-suite bathrooms. Selected properties will also benefit from balconies.
More information about McCarthy and Stone is given on this page below.
To find out more about Retirement Living PLUS in Weybridge or to find out more about the ‘At-Home’ events, please contact McCarthy and Stone.
About McCarthy & Stone
There is growing demand for retirement communities. There are currently 11.8 million people aged 65 or over, rising to 17.3m by 2037, representing a 47% increase3. For those aged 85 or over, the increase will be larger, from 1.6m to 3.0m, representing an 87.5% increase. One in four over 60s are interested in retirement living4, yet only c.162,000 units of specialist retirement housing for homeowners have been built5.
McCarthy & Stone has two main product ranges – Retirement Living and Retirement Living Plus – which provide mainly one and two bedroom apartments across the country with varying levels of support and care for older homeowners. Retirement Living developments provide independence in private apartments designed specifically for the over-60s, as well as facilities such as shared lounges and guest suites that support companionship. Retirement Living Plus developments, which are designed specifically for the over-70s, offer all of this plus more on-site facilities such as restaurants, well-being suites and function rooms. Importantly, they also provide flexible care and support packages to assist those needing additional help.
At selected developments, McCarthy and Stone offers a range of flexible retirement living solutions, whether customers choose to purchase outright, rent, or take advantage of its part buy, part rent options.
All developments built since 2010 are managed by the company’s in-house management services team, providing peace of mind that it will look after customers and their properties over the long term. This is a key part of how McCarthy & Stone seeks to enrich its customers’ lives. This commitment to quality and customer service continues to be recognised by homeowners. In March 2019, the Group received the full Five Star rating for customer satisfaction from the Home Builders Federation for the fourteenth consecutive year – making it the only UK housebuilder, of any size or type, to achieve this accolade.
The Group was also pleased to win 10 awards at the 2019 NHBC Pride in the Job awards. The scheme recognises construction site managers who achieve the highest standards in housebuilding and has been instrumental in driving up standards in the sector for 38 years.
1 McCarthy & Stone Retirement Confidence Index survey of over-65s, August 2018
2 Knight Frank: Retirement Housing (2016)
3 ONS household projections: 2016-based (2018)
4 ONS (2017, 2014 based figures)
5 Knight Frank, Retirement Housing (2018)