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Over £3m of top-end retirement apartments were sold in two days at Fleur-de-Lis Haywards Heath.The development, comprising 34 one and two bed apartments, features one apartment measuring 1875 sq ft. They are priced between £310,000 to £695,000.The 34 luxury apartments are being built on the site of the former Magistrates' Court on Bolnore Road. Parts of the building's design were inspired...

Exciting plans for a luxury retirement development in Rustington have been approved through delegated officers' powers.The company will now be knocking down the Hares' car showroom with the view of re-developing the site. Renaissance Retirement will be building a retirement development comprising 10 two bedroom apartments. The plans also include parking for 10 car park spaces for owners as well as...

Over 80 people - including members of the Parish Council - turned up to see Renaissance Retirement's plans to re-develop the disused, former FJ Engineering factory on Keyhaven Road, Milford-on-Sea into retirement and affordable cottages.The proposal is to demolish the existing building and a bungalow at the rear of the site and erect a total of 14 cottages with gardens, including...

Renaissance Retirement is giving buyers the first opportunity to reserve 'off-plan' at its luxury retirement development in Hayward's Heath. The company is expecting over 60 potential buyers at the event at Ockenden Manor in Cuckfield on Wednesday 6 April.The 34 apartments, which will be known as Fleur-de-Lis, are being built on the former Magistrates' Court on Bolnore Road and are due...

The Mayor of Torbay, Gordon Oliver, officially opened Renaissance Retirement's prestigious Fleur-de-Lis development in Paignton at the weekend.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.The company has already reserved a good number of the apartments on the opening weekend including the most expensive,...

Over 100 people - including members of the Lymington town council and New Forest District Council - turned up to view Renaissance Retirement's exciting plans to re-develop the existing bus depot site on the high street in Lymington, which the present operator The Go Ahead Group has identified as being surplus to its operational requirements.Renaissance Retirement conducted its public consultation for...

When Dorset retirement flat hunter Rosemary Lesley set foot into Renaissance Retirement's new development for senior living in Christchurch she immediately felt at home.Rosemary, 91, downsized from a bungalow and hasn't looked back although she still drives to Highcliffe to play bridge once a week."I made up my mind Fleur-de-Lis was the place I wanted to live almost immediately," said Rosemary....

Members of the Romsey Bowling Club were literally bowled over this week after securing a new local sponsor.Ringwood based Renaissance Retirement has helped pay for a major refurbishment project at the club.Renaissance Retirement is hoping the awareness of sponsoring the renowned bowling club will help raise the profile of its own development in Romsey. The company is building 52 luxury one...

Renaissance Retirement is giving buyers the first opportunity to reserve 'off-plan' at its luxury retirement development in Romsey. The company is expecting over 60 potential buyers at the event on Thursday 3 March.The 52 apartments, which will be known as Fleur-de-Lis, are being built on the former council building on Duttons Road and are due to be finished in July. The...

North East Hampshire MP, Mr Ranil Jayawardena, has officially opened Renaissance Retirement's luxury retirement development in the centre of Hartley Wintney.More than 50 people attended celebrations over the weekend as Renaissance Retirement held its official Grand Opening with 20 per cent reserved.Location is at the heart of the company's collection of 23 new retirement apartments located to the rear of the...