A recent study from Retirement Villages has revealed that 55 per cent of over-55s said they would consider renting a home.
There’s an increasing need to boost supply of housing designed for older people, but age-proof homes is not necessarily the answer.
An excellent article by Kevin Beirne, Retirement Director at Octopus Healthcare that explores the state of retirement living around the world.
Learning lessons from the student housing sector could help unlock the potential of the retirement housing industry.
Less than one per cent of Britons over the age of 60 currently live in specialist retirement properties, compared to 17 per cent in the US and 13 per cent in Australia.
According to a recent New York Times story, senior living communities with an emphasis on luxury are rising in popularity around the United States.
Property Week’s third Retirement Living conference took place at RIBA on November 6th. It came at a critical juncture for the sector with both positive and negative factors jostling for supremacy.
For almost a year, specialist retirement builders have been crippled by fears that the Government would prevent it from charging ground rents, which has been critical to help it fund communal spaces at their developments, from which all residents benefit.
Compared to UK retirees, our American counterparts live in almost an alien world.