Webinar - Retirement Housing

Repurposing the High Street

It is estimated that substandard housing costs the NHS £1.4billion every year - unsuitable housing including issues with cold, damp, and hazards causing trips and falls are exacerbating poor physical health and contributing to poor mental health. And with an average of 48 shops, restaurant and other leisure and hospitality venues closed permanently every day across England, Wales and Scotland last year due to covid, could a pivot in use of the high street fill two needs with one deed?

In this webinar Louise Drew, Partner and Head of Building Communities was in conversation with Mike Gill - Regional Managing Director Midlands and North at Lifestory Group, Emma Webster- Head of Corporate Affairs at Lifestory Group and María Jurado- Senior Architectural Designer at Glenn Howells Architects to discuss:

The opportunities building close to a town or city centre can offer the retirement living sector
Our case study: focussing on the successes of repurposing an existing Grade II listed high street building in Cheltenham into 50 Extra Care apartments with communal facilities
Our guest speakers
Emma Webster, Head of Corporate Affairs
Lifestory Group
María Jurado, Senior Architectural Designer
Glenn Howells Architects
Mike Gill, Regional Managing Director - Midlands and North
Lifestory Group
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