Inspired Villages obtain planning permission for 120 care homes in Horndean

The Inspired Villages have secured the development project, in reserved material, of 120 specialized residences for the elderly.

The scheme aims to help address the lack of age-appropriate housing for older people in the UK.

The approved program will offer chalet-style apartments and bungalows specially designed to meet the changing needs of residents as they age.

Square of the Corndien village. Image: Inspired Villages

It is adjacent to a nursing home currently under construction by Barchester Healthcare.

At the heart of this community will be a village center with facilities including: a restaurant, bar, cafe, hair salon, multifunctional activity spaces, swimming pool, fitness room and gymnasium.

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Inspired Villages purchased the Horndean site with planning permission for an integrated retirement community in place from Highwood in June 2022.

They have since worked closely with Highwood and East Hampshire District Council during the planning process to get to this final stage.

Neal Dale, Director of Development at Inspired Villages, said: “We have an aging demographic in this country with the number of over 65s set to reach 18 million by 2040, which is creating significant demand for suitable housing. their age so that they can enjoy a healthy and independent life. live as long as possible.

“Our approved program at Horndean will help us solve this problem, support our country’s health and social care system and create local jobs. We plan to start on site by the end of the year.

Work on the site is expected to begin later this year.

The Horndean Program adds to the seven active Inspired Village retirement communities.

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