Castleoak to develop retirement flats project in Tunbridge Wells

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

Work has started on a £3 million scheme to bring 30 luxury retirement flats to Tunbridge Wells. Healthcare design and build specialists Castleoak Construction have been contracted to design and build the flats on the site of the former Court Royal care home within the Broadwater Down conservation area of the town. The flats are being developed for sale by a local developer and it is hoped that the first residents will be able to move in next spring. The specially designed accommodation is intended to bridge the gap between traditional residential care and conventional sheltered housing. At the new development, the residents will be able to live independently in their own flats but will have access to a concierge during daytime hours and domestic and care services will be available for their varying needs. Castleoak¹s chairman Melville Knight said he was confident the flats would prove popular. “Set in a pleasant location within a conservation area, these flats are purpose designed for elderly people looking

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