Addressing housing and care for our ageing population

22nd June 2017 - By Nigel Welby

Neither Brexit nor the outcome of the recent general election will make any difference to the ageing of our population and the increasing cost of both housing and caring for them. Politicians and society cannot undertake a modern day impersonation of King Canute,…

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Ready to Bretire?

26th April 2017 - By Sarah Burgess

Top ten reasons to stay in the UK Now is a time of great uncertainty in this country for businesses and individuals. However, what is certain is that Great Britain will leave the European Union, with Theresa May triggering Article 50 and delivering…

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High on ambition, but low on delivery for the elderly

13th February 2017 - By Will Crawford

Whilst welcoming the ambition of the Housing White Paper to provide people with the security they need to plan for the future through the provision of more housing, and in particular housing for the elderly, we are disappointed that much needed assistance and…

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Make 2017 the year to future proof your later life

26th January 2017 - By Sarah Burgess

Last year was tumultuous. In June 2016 we voted to leave the European Union, dividing the population and leaving the pound facing a rollercoaster ride as policymakers start the process. In America Donald Trump won the presidential election. Since taking office he has…

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Prioritise retirement housing by giving people the breadth of choice

31st October 2016 - By James Puckering

A report by law firm Pinsent Mason recently acknowledged the huge growth in the retirement housing sector, stating that according to research carried out by the firm planning applications for new retirement developments have increased by 162 per cent in the last five…

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