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Britain's leading retirement specialist has taken inspiration from the local area to decide on the name for its new development in Knowle, West Midlands.

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  • After recently being granted planning permission for 28 one and two privately owned apartments, the development in Knowle has been named Arden Court.

    Located on the High Street, the development is named after William De Arden, and the rest of the Arden family. Knowle became a Royal Manor in 1285 when the De Arden family sold it to King Edward I and Queen Eleanor and there are many tributes to the 'Arden's' in the area.

    Gill Sabin, regional sales and marketing director for McCarthy & Stone, explained: "We pride ourselves on building communities and not just homes, so we always aim to select names for our new developments that will have real meaning to the local residents. As with all McCarthy & Stone developments, Arden Court will offer independence combined with the peace of mind of additional security, low maintenance and companionship.

    "And with stylish designs tailored specifically for the over 60s and an attractive location with access to a range of everyday amenities - Arden Court ticks all the boxes. I'd encourage prospective buyers to register their interest now to avoid disappointment.

    Later Living developments offer the independence of retaining home ownership while living in an apartment specifically designed for later life. Facilities include a shared lounge, guest suite, laundry room and a lift. A dedicated house manager ensures the smooth running of the development and a security entrance system plus 24 hour emergency call points provide peace of mind for both purchasers and their families. All properties are low maintenance and energy efficient.

    In addition to offering age exclusive apartments, the retirement developer also provides a range of financial services, including a pension annuity service, equity release, legal services and guaranteed funeral plans.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advise from a qualified professional.

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