RBS backs retirement village in Swansea

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

Campion Gardens Developments Ltd has opened its Willow Court Retirement Village in Swansea with funding provided by The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) healthcare team and Lombard in South Wales. The new Willow Court Retirement Village is the first private sector investment in assisted living in Wales and is the biggest combined care facility in the region. Willow Court is designed for residents over 55 and provides 56 assisted living luxury apartments that offer a wide range of facilities on call for each apartment owner. Prices range from £180K for one bedroom, up to £230K for two. RBS worked with Campion Gardens Developments Ltd to provide a funding package worth £5.5m that allowed the development to be built on land already owned by Campion Gardens Developments in Swansea.

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