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The Government Planning Inspectorate has given its clear backing for a retirement housing scheme for the redevelopment the Hotel Blue Conifer in St Marychurch, Torquay, in an appeal decision released yesterday.Renaissance Retirement's bid to redevelop the Higher Downs Road site with nine new retirement homes was initially rejected by the Council's Development Management Committee last October against the advice of Planning...

Renaissance Retirement has officially marked the start of construction at the company's luxury retirement development in Sandhurst.Renaissance Retirement is putting into place its plans to re-develop the former Jolly Farmer pub into 42 one and two bedroom retirement apartments. The development will also boast underground parking and a tea room. It's likely to be completed in spring 2018.Robert Taylor, managing director,...

Renaissance Retirement has recorded its best sales performance in a month at its new development in Wokingham.The company has sold an impressive 18 apartments off plan in the month of March which equates to over £8.9m in value.Over 55% per cent of its apartments have now been sold off plan since it started selling in February this year.Construction work at the...

Plans for a stunning over-55s development in Babbacombe, Torquay were unanimously given the go ahead by Torbay Council's Development Management Committee yesterday (13 February).Renaissance Retirement's plans to replace the Blue Conifer Guest House in Higher Downs Road with 9 two bedroom apartments, featuring communal facilities, landscaped garden areas and 9 car parking spaces.Simon McFarlane, Associate Director of Planning at Renaissance, said:...

One of the fastest growing companies in the region, Renaissance Retirement, has selected Naomi House as its chosen charity to help the company celebrate its 20 years in business this year.The Ringwood-based property developer is aiming to raise over £200,000 in 2017 through a number of fundraising initiatives at its developments in the south.Founder and managing director, Robert Taylor, has marked...

Renaissance Retirement has announced it's taking early reservations off plan on three of its newest sites – Wokingham, Marlborough and Wantage.News has already sparked considerable early interest with five reservations taken in a week.Renaissance Retirement Sales Manager, Matt Smith, explains the successful start. "We have been inundated by people phoning us to reserve early so they don't miss out. So we...

Renaissance Retirement's prestigious Fleur-de-Lis development in Paignton has reached a major landmark – 50 per cent of the luxury apartments have now been sold.It's no wonder these superior apartments have sold so well.The 38 spacious one and two bedroom apartments, next to Victoria Park, offer a number of special features including balconies, en-suite bathrooms, patios and mezzanine galleries.Prices for the one...

Plans to bring the former Dorking magistrates' court back into use with much needed sheltered housing for older people has been given the green light by Mole Valley District Council's planning committee last night (4 February 2017).The former magistrates court will now be re-developed by Renaissance Retirement into retirement apartments.The decision means Renaissance Retirement will now demolish the existing building and...

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With a long balcony, vaulted ceilings, mezzanine gallery, staircase and two reception rooms you would struggle to believe Anne Gorst had just moved into a retirement flat.But that's exactly what she's done – having fallen in love with the central location of Fleur-de-Lis in Romsey while the development was being built.Anne, 82, who moved from Winchester into Renaissance Retirement's over 65s...