£100m new initiative


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

A new initiative with increased funding for assisted living schemes has been announced by Nick Sanderson, founder of Audley Court. In partnership with Anton Bilton, Chairman of Raven Mount plc, a new company, Raven Audley Court PLC, will manage three existing properties and invest £100million in developing new schemes throughout the country. Audley Court¹s current developments at Willicombe Park, Tunbridge Wells and Hollins Hall, Harrogate, provide self-contained apartments and cottages for retired people with a full range of facilities and 24-hour care available if required. Raven Audley Court has already acquired Grade 1 listed Flete House, in South Devon, and refurbished it to provide 30 apartments. Communal facilities include reception rooms, a restaurant, gardens, housekeeping and a minibus service. The company is also about to develop an assisted living scheme at High Royds, Menston, West Yorkshire. The rest of the site will be developed as a residential village. Two further schemes are also in the pi





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