February 20, 2020 Property

Rangeford Villages & Octopus Real Estate Launch ‘Ash Lane,’ their latest phase at Wadswick Green

Situated over 25 acres in the Wiltshire countryside on the site of the former HMS Royal Arthur Naval College, Ash Lane brings the number of apartments at Wadswick Green village to 202 and also includes The Pavilion with central amenities including a restaurant and coffee shop, wellness spa, pool, gym, concierge and integrated care services.

Ash Lane builds on the established partnership between Rangeford Villages and Octopus Real Estate, which has led to the development of Wadswick Green, as well as Mickle Hill in North Yorkshire and their latest project Siddington Park in Cirencester, which starts construction in Spring 2020.

Octopus Real Estate is a part of the Octopus Group and is a leading investor in healthcare facilities across the UK and Ireland.

Kevin Beirne, Retirement Director at Octopus Real Estate, commented: “Modern retirement communities like Wadswick Green offer retirees an attractive lifestyle in later life, and the progress of this site is testament to Rangeford’s commitment to improving retirement living in the UK.

“At Octopus Real Estate we are determined to tackle the significant undersupply of high-quality retirement housing in the UK and demand is still being driven by a growing aging population who want to downsize and enjoy retirement in high end accommodation. We look forward to seeing the Wadswick Green development progress and become homes.”

Rangeford Villages is a dedicated developer and operator of contemporary later living villages for over 60s.

Howard Nankivell, Chief Executive Officer of Rangeford Villages, added: “Wadswick Green is a thriving community for over 60s that encourages its residents to make the most of their retirement in an idyllic setting. We are delighted to be extending the development and look forward to seeing Wadswick Green flourish even further.”

Ash Lane apartments are available from £370,000. For further information visit www.wadswickgreen.co.uk


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