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Land opportunities


Our charity is the UK’s leading developer of affordable retirement villages for the over 55s, with more than 35 years of experience in creating and operating supported housing for older people.

ExtraCare villages deliver many benefits to their local communities:

  • They create £50m+ total regeneration projects, providing jobs, improved local services and community resources
  • They create high-volume, high-quality private housing and affordable housing
  • They release family housing back into the local market
  • They provide facilities and services which may be used by everybody living in the local community

For more information, please contact Hardev on or 07770 801639.

Our sites

Our preferred locations

  • Urban areas, ideally – not rural, with an 100,000-plus population within a five mile radius
  • Local house prices at or above national average
  • Close to town/city centres, nearby local shops and amenities
  • Within easy reach of public transport
  • We are looking for sites with at least six acres of developable land, on a freehold or long lease basis.

Typical sites have been school/college closures, hospitals, housing sites where we can satisfy the affordable housing requirement, or commercially owned sites restricted by planning.

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