Audley Court acquires new land portfolio


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

High-end assisted living provider Audley Court has acquired six new developments across the UK, providing more than 600 new homes with a gross development value of more than £125 million. Stretching from Maidstone in Kent to Matlock in Derbyshire, the sites will bring a variety of new homes designed to provide high quality independent living for older people. The company has adopted “gracious independent living” as a marketing slogan. At the former St Elphin’s School in Matlock, Audley Court is liaising with local planners to develop a strategy which will carefully restore one of the most important listed buildings in the area. Here, Audley Court hopes to provide around 130 new homes and a range of facilities with care and support staff on hand when required. Meanwhile at Mote House in Maidstone, a magnificent Georgian mansion in the centre of Mote Park, the company has submitted a planning application for up to 80 new homes. Other new developments include Clevedon School in Ilkley, Yorkshire, Inglewood in K





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