by Aspect County

Living Independently for Longer

Having your own haven, a place to call home, where you feel safe and secure is important to all of us. It should also be a place where family and friends can visit and where memories are made. These requirements are especially important, as we grow older. When children have flown the nest, have families of their own and working life has become a distant memory, it’s our time to shine!


2020 marked the beginning of the World Health Organisation’s decade of action on healthy ageing. Why would you want to age in any other way? Retirement is the opportunity to do all the things we weren’t able to do, when our diaries were filled with meetings, schedules and appointments, and it seems like 72 is the optimum age to move to a forever home.

Perhaps the strongest wish by people is that they are able to stay in their homes as long as possible and receive any care and support that they may need there – the recipe for a long and happy retirement.

To live in a thriving, sociable gated community is something that we could all look forward to. Marie Hanby, Marketing Manager, Serenity Parks commented; So many of our residents are drawn to the easy, laid back lifestyle that our communities offer them and love that they can own their own home which is warm, cosy and relaxing and has everything they could possibly need. Growing older is not about giving up, it’s about finding ways to adapt’ 

Serenity Parks specialise in providing an ideal lifestyle, offering accessible yet desirable high-end park homes in tranquil and picturesque locations across the UK for like-minded people from similar walks of life. A sense of community is key. In less than twenty years one in four of the UK population will be aged over 65 – it’s a big shift from where we are now and one that will require a change to how we live.

Information about offers and all homes currently available can be found by visiting the website. 


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