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Local MP joins retirement developer at new site in Pinner

 Published on: 17th May 2018   |   By: Jason Allen   |   Category: Uncategorized

Local MP Nick Hurd visited Churchill Retirement Living’s new retirement development in Pinner last week, which is currently under construction. 

Mr Hurd visited the Heath Lodge development on Marsh Road to meet the construction team and was also given a tour of the site.

Once complete, the new development will comprise 30 privately owned, self-contained apartments that are specially designed for the over 60s with features such as a video-entry system, lift to all floors, a 24 hour care and support system, and a Lodge Manager.

Communal facilities include an Owners’ Lounge, Guest Suite and landscaped gardens. 

Andrew Burgess, Group Land & Planning Director at Churchill Retirement Living, said: “We were delighted that Mr Hurd was able to join us to see the progress we’re making on the new site. Churchill’s properties offer security, peace of mind and independent living for our Owners, along with community and support and have already attracted plenty of interest from retirees in the town. Being in a manageable home with low maintenance can offer a new lease of life for people – ensuring they are close to amenities, and surrounded by a new community. We are delighted to be bringing our new development to Pinner and have already seen lots of interest from local over 60s keen to find out more about the benefits of retirement living.” 

Nick Hurd MP, added: “Retirement properties play a crucial role in helping to unblock the UK housing crisis, so I was delighted to visit Churchill Retirement Living’s development in Pinner to see the very real, beneficial effect it is having on local people within the area.”

For more information about Churchill Retirement Living and to register your interest, please call 0800 458 1857 or visit

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