Councillor Iftikhar Chaudhri, Mayor of Runnymede, and Nick Sanderson, CEO of Audley, officially broke ground at Audley Cooper’s Hill, the luxury retirement village in Englefield Green.
The village, just minutes from Egham, Surrey, will house 78 luxury two bedroom apartments for over 60s. The new village will be the latest edition to Audley’s portfolio of 15 nationwide.
Nick Sanderson, CEO, Audley Retirement said: “The reception marks the beginning of an exciting development for Audley. Magna Carta Park and this Victorian Gothic building are well known sites in Englefield Green so preserving their legacy and restoring them to their former glory is key for us.
“The village has already received overwhelming levels of interest, highlighting the need for innovative and luxury retirement living options in the area.”
Accessible to both owners and the neighbouring communities, Audley Cooper’s Hill will also be home to the Audley Club, offering luxurious facilities including a library, restaurant and bar, swimming pool and luxury health club.
Audley Cooper’s Hill will welcome its first owners in winter 2019 following the completion of the first phase of development.