Audley seeks to commission Inglewood


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

Specialist retirement developer Audley has submitted a detailed planning application for the renovation of one of the Berkshire town of Kintbury’s most beloved buildings – Inglewood. Previously a Champneys spa and health hydro. Audley plans to keep much of the building’s original features and characteristics, with the inclusion 97 properties including eight apartments in the original house and one and two bedroom apartments and three bedroom cottages in the grounds all designed for people aged 55 and over. Audley sales and marketing director David Wild said the existing building would be transformed into a clubhouse at the heart of the community, housing a range of facilities including a swimming pool, sauna, bistro restaurant, bar lounge and library in the former clock tower. Residents will also benefit from extensive landscaped grounds with a tennis court, croquet lawn, cricket pitch and a walled garden with private allotments. Care and support staff will be on hand 24 hours a day to provide security





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