Anchor to spend £62m on Denham Garden Village


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

Not-for-profit provider the Anchor Trust is working on the regeneration of Denham Garden Village in Buckinghamshire, described as an “age-exclusive” community for the over-55s. Anchor Trust is spending £62 million on the project, with no additional capital subsidy, and says a mixed tenure development of this scale and nature has never been undertaken before in the UK. The sale receipts from 183 leasehold properties pays the subsidy on 143 affordable rent properties and the capital cost of the extensive village centre. Properties at Denham Garden Village range from one-bedroom apartments to three bedroom houses which can easily be adapted to meet the changing needs of residents. The living accommodation is complemented by a village centre comprising a health spa, café bar, village shop, post office, library, community hall, winter garden and 30 acres of woodland. On demand care services include an on site doctor’s surgery and a 24hr on-site care team, which provides tailored care packages from a range





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