Oak Retirement breaks ground on £35m development

Mayor of Fareham, Councillor Geoff Fazackarley (right) and  Dr. Stephen Ladyman, founder of Oak Retirement.Mayor of Fareham, Councillor Geoff Fazackarley (right) and Dr. Stephen Ladyman, founder of Oak Retirement.

Independent retirement living specialist Oak Retirement has celebrated the official ground breaking on a £35m development.

Friary Meadow in Titchfield, Hampshire will offer 86 luxury homes, including apartments, townhouses and bungalows.

Dr Stephen Ladyman, founder of Oak Retirement and former Minister for Health responsible for Social Care, said: “At Friary Meadow, our offer of luxury apartments with flexible services that adapt to individual needs will leave people in control to enjoy their retirement.

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“Our residents will benefit from high quality independent living in their own luxury property with the knowledge of being able to access flexible on-site services should they need support.”

As well as luxury accommodation, the development aims to offer its residents a wide range of additional benefits including staff on duty 24/7, a fully licensed restaurant, and a weekly home visit from a cleaner.

Those seeking additional assistance or personal care from CQC registered carers will also be able to take advantage of tailored, flexible service packages.

Oak Retirement specialises in developing leasehold properties that follow the ‘Extra Care’ model, allowing older people to retain their independence for as long as possible.

Friary Meadow is due to be completed in November 2018.

 

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