Some 64 retirement apartments are set to be built in Derby after Torsion Care (Derby) Devco signed a £12.5m development finance deal with Shawbrook Bank.
Last year, Torsion Care secured land at Manor Kingsway, Derby to create a new Burghley Retirement Living development with 64 individual apartments, communal lounges, a gym, a library, two guest suites and serviced office accommodation.
Torsion Developments was already working with Shawbrook on a 361-bed student accommodation project in Lincoln when Torsion Care approached the bank to discuss funding for the retirement development in Derby
Martin Hutson, director of Torsion Care, said: “Over the last few years, we have seen an increased need for homes that are designed to suit the independent living style of the over 55s yet have the longevity
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