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Churchill Retirement Living in Hampshire

New Homes from Churchill Retirement Living starting from £236,950
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Waterlooville, Hampshire PO7
£296,950
Apsley Lodge
Waterlooville, Hampshire PO7 
1 - 2 bedroom properties
Churchill Retirement Living
Lymington, Hampshire SO41
£350,950 - £479,950
Knights Lodge
Lymington, Hampshire SO41
1 - 2 bedroom properties
Churchill Retirement Living
Southampton, Hampshire SO17
£236,950 - £335,950
Spitfire Lodge
Southampton, Hampshire SO17
1 - 2 bedroom properties
Churchill Retirement Living
Park Gate, Hampshire SO31
£249,950 - £359,950
Beck Lodge
Park Gate, Hampshire SO31
1 - 2 bedroom properties
Churchill Retirement Living
Hythe, Hampshire SO45
£265,950 - £345,950
Hubert Lodge
Hythe, Hampshire SO45
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Churchill Retirement Living
Andover, Hampshire SP10
£349,950
Chantry Lodge
Andover, Hampshire SP10
1 - 2 bedroom properties
Churchill Retirement Living

About Churchill Retirement Living

​Churchill Retirement Living is a privately owned, family-run housebuilder, and is the UK’s second largest retirement homes specialist. It was founded in 1994 by brothers Spencer and Clinton McCarthy, and has an ambition to be selling 1,000 homes a year by 2019. It has a head office in Hampshire and regional offices across England.

Homes for sale from the housebuilder are apartments designed for retirement living, typically one- or two-bedroom apartments with some communal facilities and a 24-hour hotline available in case of emergencies. It offers services to help buyers, including home exchange, removal services and sometimes help with legal fees and specialist financial advice for the over-55s.

The company chooses the sites for its new developments based on location and good transport links so residents are able to easily access local amenities and leisure facilities.

Churchill Retirement Homes has won numerous awards over the years, including several WhatHouse? Awards, notably the Housebuilder of the Year title in 2016, becoming the first retirement specialist ever to win. Most recently at the WhatHouse? Awards 2019, it won Gold in the Best Medium Housebuilder category.

In 2015, it launched the Churchill Foundation, with Dame Esther Rantzen DBE as its Patron. The foundation aims to transform lives through investment in three areas: the support and wellbeing of the young, the promotion of health among the elderly and the relief of sickness, disease and human suffering. It also supports smaller, local charities with donations.

 

Churchill Retirement Living Whathouse? Awards

  • 2020 - BEST MEDIUM HOUSEBUILDER - Bronze award
  • 2020 - BEST RETIREMENT DEVELOPMENT - Bronze award
  • 2019 - BEST MEDIUM HOUSEBUILDER - Gold award
  • 2018 - BEST MEDIUM HOUSEBUILDER - Bronze award
  • 2017 - BEST REGENERATION SCHEME - Bronze award
  • 2017 - BEST MEDIUM HOUSEBUILDER - Bronze award
Award Comments
Covid-19 quickly and ruthlessly entered our lives, but also shone a spotlight on business values, revealing how companies responded to the crisis; not just in
terms of financial realities in a harsh economic climate, but more importantly and poignantly in the way it looked after its staff and customers.
By definition if you are a retirement homes developer, your customers, your residents, are the elderly and vulnerable.
Churchill’s response was swift, with safety the lead driver, introducing protocols to support owners, as well as reassure and engage, led by the lodge managers, who effectively became frontline health workers.
Churchill was third in The Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies To Work For, testimony to its culture and also was awarded the highest industry score in its latest HBF Five Star customer Satisfaction Survey rating.
During the year Churchill launched a 24-hour careline support service, as well as an in-house training company and expanded the Hampshire headquartered
business with a new northern regional office.
As ever, Churchill, with a marketing review focused on the customer journey, was a loud and compelling voice in lobbying for its sector, always aware of the wider industry issues that need addressing.

Judges Report 2020
Churchill Retirement Living winning development

Why Choose Churchill Retirement Living?

At Churchill Retirement Living, we have developed a Customer Charter for all those seeking to buy a retirement apartment in the UK. As one of the UK's leading property developers, we are committed to:

Treating Customers fairly as set out in the Consumer Code for Homebuilders
Providing Customers with comprehensive information on their purchase in an easy to understand format
Ensuring information is accurate, up-to-date and reliable for Customers to make sound buying decisions
Providing excellent levels of service, both during the buying process and after move in day
Ensuring Millstream Management Services oversees the smooth and efficient running of our developments to meet our high expectations
Ensuring Customers are guided throughout the entire process with appropriate access to feedback and communication processes
Continually monitoring service levels through Customer research and experience insight.

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