Luxury senior living scheme planned for Bruntwood SciTech’s Alderley Park site
Property developer Vita Group has revealed plans for a senior living scheme in Alderley Park, Cheshire.
The Symphony Park proposal would create a retirement community of 159 luxury apartments, with services and amenities akin to a grand 5-star hotel.
Set in Bruntwood SciTech’s Alderley Park, the funds raised through the land receipt will help to fund two new developments which will provide space for life science and tech businesses and key worker accommodation for those working on the park.
Of the 159 luxury apartments for over-65s, they will be a mix of one-, two- and three-bed apartments, each featuring beautifully styled interiors with the very best handcrafted workmanship throughout.
Alongside the 159 luxury apartments, the plans include a host of resident services and amenities including a wellbeing centre with pool, exercise studios along with treatment rooms offering therapeutic treatments, a nail bar and hair salon all tailored to promote the wellbeing of residents.
There is also a residents’ restaurant, bar and coffee lounge serving high quality food for residents to ‘eat out’ or order ‘in’. Plans also include private dining rooms for entertaining family and friends, along with study and meeting rooms to enjoy hobbies socialise with fellow residents.
Fully managed, the site will create a number of jobs for the local community including a village manager, events manager, concierge and valet. In total the scheme is expected to employee more than 40 full-time members of staff, with additional care staff recruited in line with the residents’ care needs.
Supporting resident wellbeing further, the plans also bring forward an on-site GP practice with experienced GP and nursing team, ensuring resident care is front and centre to the proposition.
There will also be access to industry-leading at home care, adapting in line with the residents’ needs. Additional resident services will also include a domestic assistance team offering cleaning and maintenance.
Trevor Moore, Symphony Park CEO, said: “Reimagining retirement living to create an outstanding proposition which responds to the needs of its residents has created what promises to be a thriving community for over-65s.
“The beautiful design and architecture met with the very best amenities such as the wellness spa and onsite GP practice complement the existing environment whilst helping to fund key worker accommodation and a new life science building.”