Audley Inglewood wins ‘What House?’ accolade
PUBLISHED: 12:47 29 November 2013 | UPDATED: 12:47 29 November 2013
Berkshire retirement development impresses judges for ‘taking retirement living to a different level’
Six months after the Earl of Carnavon officially opened Audley Inglewood in Kintbury, Audley Reitrement has won the Gold Award for Best Retirement Development at the What House? awards ceremony – for the second year running.
In 2012 their Mote House development in Kent took the prize, and this year it is Berkshire’s turn.
Audley emerged as major winners at this year’s awards with Inglewood House also earning the Bronze Award for Best Interior Design, whilst the company claimed the Bronze Award for Best Small Housebuilder.
The What House? Awards, now in their 32nd year, celebrate the achievements of house builders and developers across 21 award categories. The awards highlight the exciting and pioneering projects developers in the UK are working on.
Nick Sanderson, CEO of Audley Retirement, said: “I am incredibly proud of the entire Audley Inglewood team, and the wider Audley team, and this fantastic accolade is a testament to all of them.
“We are committed to developing our portfolio of villages to the highest standards of quality and style to ensure that over-55s are afforded choice of where and how they want to live in later years.”
The judges declared: “This is elegance and sophistication, backed up by outstanding service, support and attention to detail, taking retirement living to a different level. Audley Retirement has thought about every aspect of the development: a restorative labour of love coupled with new thinking and now reaping the rewards in strong sales and happy residents.”
Audley Inglewood provides high quality apartments for the over 55s. At the centre of the development is Inglewood House. which has been completely rebuilt to its former glory and retains period features and details from its long history. Inglewood House is home to the Audley Club which includes a restaurant, bar/bistro, library, swimming pool, treatment rooms, sauna and gym and is available to those that live there and by membership to the local community.