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Audley Binswood Wins Best Independent Living Scheme At Pinder’s Awards

HealthcaredesignAudley Binswood, the luxury retirement village in Royal Leamington Spa, has been awarded the title of Best Independent Living Scheme at the prestigious Pinder’s Healthcare Design Awards.

The coveted Pinder’s Healthcare Design Awards, now in their 18th year, aim to promote and recognise the very best developments in retirement living. Audley Binswood was commended for its focus on the innovative adaption of historic buildings to support retirement living.

The accolade marks a fourth year of success for Audley Retirement Villages with Audley Mote House, Audley Clevedon and Audley Willicombe Park also celebrating wins in the past six years.

Audley Binswood is home to 90 apartments for those aged 55 and over and includes the Audley Club. Situated in the Grade II* listed Victorian Gothic building, the club contains amenities including a swimming pool, restaurant, treatment rooms, gym and bar for owners in the village and the wider community.

Nick Sanderson, CEO of Audley Retirement Villages commented: “This is huge testament to what we’ve achieved at Audley Binswood, and the work we have put in to restoring the beautiful original building into what it is today. We’re incredibly proud of the contribution all of those involved have made, and continue to make, to the development of the village for both our owners and the wider community.”

Audley Binswood, recently welcomed new owners to its latest phase of development, Brunswick House, which contains 20 one and two bedroom apartments and there are no just three properties left in Brunswick House. Walton Court, the penultimate phase of apartments and cottages at Audley Binswood, has also recently been launched; plans are available to view and properties can be reserved.

To arrange a viewing at Audley Binswood, please call the sales team on 01926 339484 or email binswoodsales@audleyretirement.co.uk for more information.

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