Churchill Retirement Living

Churchill Retirement Living

Active since 1994

Property Developments by Churchill Retirement Living in the UK  26 developments for sale

Beeches Lodge
Completed in 2020, 4 quarter
Buckinghamshire, 1-46 Reedham Road, Burnham, SL1 8FD
Peel Lodge
Completed in 2018, 4 quarter
Buckinghamshire, Dean Street, Marlow, SL7 3FH
Chiltern Lodge
Completed in 2018, 4 quarter
Buckinghamshire, Longwick Road, Princes Risborough, HP27 9EP
Oscar Lodge
Completed in 2018, 4 quarter
Buckinghamshire, Cambridge Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1FN
Sheldon Lodge
Completed in 2015, 4 quarter
Hertfordshire, High Street, Berkhamsted, HP4 1HU
Dovehouse Lodge
Completed in 2019, 4 quarter
Hertfordshire, Wratten Road West, Hitchin, SG5 2AU

All Churchill Retirement Living's house developments on the map

All developments
Buckinghamshire
Hertfordshire
Essex
Kent
Surrey
London
for sale
coming soon

Sales are expected to start 6 developments

Retirement apartments in Tenterden
Kent, Smallhythe Road, Tenterden, TN30 7LN
Retirement Apartments in Witham
Сompletion: 2022, 1 quarter
Essex, Bridge Street, Witham, CM8 1BT
Retirement apartments in Rainham
Kent, High Street, Rainham, ME8 7JE
Retirement apartments in Paddock Wood
Kent, 26-38 Commercial Road, Paddock Wood, TN12 6EL
Retirement homes in Oxted
Сompletion: 2022, 4 quarter
Surrey, 26-28 Church Lane, Oxted, RH8 9LB
Retirement Apartments in Swanley
Kent, Birchwood Park Avenue, Swanley, Kent, BR8 7AU

About the developer Churchill Retirement Living

Churchill Retirement Living is a UK-based construction company that specializes in comfortable retirement housing, with a portfolio of over 160 retirement homes. The company is privately owned by the family with six regional offices.

History of Churchill Retirement Living

The company was founded by brothers Spencer and Clinton McCarthy back in 1994. It was originally called Emlor Homes. At the beginning of its history, it built cottages of stone and thatched roofs similar to those listed above in and around Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset. The company's first office was in Clinton McCarthy, Managing Director and co-founder's garage in the New Forest. A few years later, the developer had grown so much that it was voted 'Housebuilder of the Year' by WhatHouse? Magazine.

In the early 2000s, the home builder decided to change direction, focusing entirely on creating new build homes for retirees. The first retirement development, Avon Lodge in Southbourne, was a huge success. After that, the company sold all existing sites on the open market and focused exclusively on the retirement market. In 2003, the developer changed its name to Churchill Retirement Living.

Since then, the company has received several awards in professional competitions. So, in 2016 it became WhatHouse Builder of the Year? and the first retirement professional to do so.

Churchill Retirement Living currently operates over 200 retirement house developments across the UK.

Family Values ​​of the Developer

Family values, which are independently owned by the brothers Spencer and Clinton McCarthy, are integral to all construction company operations. Therefore, in everything the developer does, there is enthusiasm, pride and quality.

First-class customer satisfaction is at the heart of the business, which is why the company prides itself on numerous awards for its customer service and the way it operates. With consistent 5-star customer satisfaction ratings based on an independent HBF survey, over 90% of customers say they would recommend Churchill Retirement Living new homes to a family member or friend.

Churchill Foundation

The housebuilder Churchill Retirement Living has always been known for its charitable work. Therefore, the Churchill Foundation was created in 2015 to bring all of the company's fundraising efforts together under one replacement. The Churchill Foundation is a registered charity sponsored by Dame Esther Rantzen DBE. Charity seeks to change people's lives through investments in three key areas: alleviating disease and human suffering, promoting health among the elderly, and supporting young people.

In addition, the developer established the Small Grants Program to support small local charities with donations of up to £2,000. The company has already supported several small charities, including Jessie May Hospice, Independence at Home, Sage House Dementia Support, The Honeypot Children's Charity and Winston's Wish, and many others.

Awards Churchill Retirement Living Won

The developer has received numerous professional awards for its magnificent retirement property developments. This list includes the following:

  • Silver for Best Retirement Development and Gold for Best Medium Housebuilder (WhatHouse? Awards 2016)
  • Retirement Living Operator of the Year (RESI Awards 2017)
  • Bronze in both Best Medium Housebuilder and Best Regeneration Scheme (WhatHouse? Awards 2017)
  • Bronze for Best Medium Housebuilder (WhatHouse? Award 2018)
  • Maximum 5-star rating for customer service (HBF 5 Star Rating 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • Gold for Best Medium Housebuilder (WhatHouse? Award 2019).

The developer has also been named best employer of the year by the Sunday Times on several occasions.

How many new developments does Churchill Retirement Living have for sale?

Churchill Retirement Living has 26 new developments for sale and 6 new developments coming soon.

In which cities does Churchill Retirement Living have new homes?

Churchill Retirement Living has new homes in Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey, London.