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Rugby retirement living development scoops top owner satisfaction award

Posted 22 April 2024 by Angela Greenwood

The Knox Court Retirement Living Plus development on Bilton Road in Rugby, scooped the top accolade having received a 100 percent customer satisfaction score from its homeowners as part of an independent survey by the Home Builders Federation (HBF). Developed by multi WhatHouse? Award winner McCarthy Stone.

The survey by HBF is conducted annually and interviews over 100,000 homeowners nationwide to determine the customer satisfaction of housebuilders and developers, helping to identify the best in the business. The survey also revealed that McCarthy Stone continues to exceed customer satisfaction across the board, with almost nine out of ten (88 percent) homeowners saying living at one of its developments has improved their quality of life.

David Meachem, Divisional Sales Director at McCarthy Stone, said: “We’re thrilled to have been awarded the Full Five stars from HBF at Knox Court. This is proof of our long-standing commitment to developing welcoming and friendly communities which meet the highest standards and help our homeowners live life to the fullest.

Designed to meet the specific needs of the over 70s, Knox Court consists of 62 beautifully appointed one and two-bedroom retirement apartments, each of which boast access to state-of-the-art facilities. Ideal for forging friendships, these include a spacious communal lounge, well-maintained courtyard gardens, and an on-site bistro serving freshly prepared meals daily. An Estates Team is on-hand around the clock to take care of the day-to-day running of the development and provide tailored personal care packages, granting retirees the independence they desire while ensuring support is readily available. For added peace of mind, a 24/7 emergency call point, intruder alarm, and door camera entry are fitted as standard in every property.

A range of purchasing options are available at Knox Court to make retiring in style more accessible, such as the Shared Ownership* scheme in partnership with Homes England, which allows retirees to enjoy the benefits of Retirement Living Plus without committing to the full purchase price. For example, retirees can pay just 50% of the property value of an apartment at the development, and monthly rent payable on the remaining 50%, with one-bedroom properties available from £115,000 and two-bedroom properties available from £140,000*.

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