The finish line is in sight for Hampshire’s newest retirement village with completion set for January 2019.
Titchfield’s Friary Meadow, named in reference to the nearby Abbey and the likely historic use of the fields around it, is now offering visitors the chance to see a completed apartment as well as the three bedroom town house show home and reserve off-plan.
The retirement village is situated between Southampton and Portsmouth, in the heart of Hampshire.
It is based on the ‘extra-care’ living model, as recommended by the Department of Health, which aims at giving older people the opportunity to retain their independence for longer, including their financial independence, by enabling them to own their own properties, thereby protecting their equity.
Dr. Stephen Ladyman, founder of Oak Retirement and a former Minister of Health responsible for Social Care, said: “It’s a very exciting time at Friary Meadow with completion now on the horizon so this is the time to visit and hear about the deals available for people who reserve off-plan.”
“A visit to Friary Meadow will give people the chance to see first-hand how the village will offer many benefits to ensure an independent, worry-free retirement.”
The £35m development is a joint project between independent retirement living specialist, Oak Retirement, and real estate fund manager, Frogmore.
Construction was launched in June last year, during an official ground-breaking ceremony attended by the former Mayor of Fareham, Councillor Geoff Fazackarley and former Mayoress, Tina Fazackarley.