retirement community

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Noun1.retirement community - a planned community for residents who have retired from an active working life
planned community - a residential district that is planned for a certain class of residents
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Minister for Consumer Affairs Shane Rattenbury joined Access Canberra compliance officers at an information session at a retirement village in Downer to see the program underway.
He is excited to see them, but afraid he might be bored at their quiet retirement village.
A NEW PS48m retirement village has officially opened in Birmingham, marking a milestone for the residents and the city.
AN 80s-style panto is coming to a retirement village this weekend.
Sydney: Fitch Ratings expects Lendlease Corporation Limited's (BBB-/Stable) recurring investment earnings to remain strong following the sale of a 25% stake in its Australian retirement village business.
A new [pounds sterling]48million retirement village has officially opened in Birmingham, marking a milestone for the residents and the city.
A RETIREMENT village has been built for pooches past their prime.
THE CONSTRUCTION of a retirement village in Great Ayton has been put on hold.
MIDDLETON Hall Retirement Village in County Durham has become the first accredited adult social care provider in the North East to become a Living Wage employer.
HOUSING developers have renamed Hagley retirement village after recognising its name could bring back painful memories of a killer who murdered a 14-yearold schoolboy in the 1980s.
But instead he's recently stepped on stage, dressed in a tutu for a talent event held at Hagley Road Retirement Village, in Edgbaston.
The council recently gave permission for a retirement village on the site of St Gabriel's convent, at the junction of Beaconsfield Road and Church Road.