A second site secured for Manor House Senior Living

Including over 25 acres of landscaped grounds the site features Oak Hall, an Elizabethan style building constructed in 1910, which will be sympathetically renovated and will provide the central focus of the village. Planning for the development has been submitted to the local council and includes a 40-person care centre, 18 extra care rooms and 51 one and two bedroom apartments to provide independent or assisted living to the over 50s. It will also include a variety of common areas and full catering facilities.

Manor House Senior Living is part of MARCOL company RMH Group. It develops unique, luxury retirement villages that provide a stylish way of living for a discerning 55+ community, along with extensive care facilities and services if required.

For more information please visit www.mhseniorliving.co.uk

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