Later Living options are booming, so, to ensure you are talking the right lingo, here’s our glossary of key terms.
The government’s housing delivery agency has made significant investments with two of the UK’s largest retirement home developers.
The number of housing units for older people is forecasted to grow to 820,000 by 2025, research by Knight Frank has revealed.
The words “villages” and “street life” are now playing an important part in how housing for the older generation is changing in the UK.
A new report finds retirement housing creates more economic value than any other type of residential development.
The retirement sector will no longer be exempt from zero ground rents on new builds.
Millions of leaseholders will be given the right to extend their lease by a maximum term of 990 years at zero ground rent.
Location, location, location and other details are important when deciding where to live in retirement. This article outlines several points to consider.
The British Property Federation (BPF) has launched a new report that identifies an acute lack of independent housing for older people in the UK.