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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Residents of Gifford Lea retirement village atTattenhalland local school children welcomed the 12-strong group from Inspired Villages, who run the development, at the finishing line.
But the store development has been scrapped - in favour of building a highend retirement village.
They are building a retirement village complex nearby.
There's big fun to be had at Delray Retirement Village! Joel is a bit uncertain when he travels to visit his grandparents in Delray Beach, Florida.
A NEW PS48m retirement village has officially opened in Birmingham, marking a milestone for the residents and the city.
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.
Focusing on a more specific matter related to the practicalities of retirement village living, in 'My Animal, My Support, and My New Home in a Retirement Village: Disability Discrimination, Assistance Animals and Old Age', Dr Paul Harpur and Professor Nancy A Pachana consider the use of companion animals and disability assistance animals by older persons and the extent of barriers faced in continuing this use upon moving into a retirement village.
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.
The study sought to investigate the sustainability literacy of residents living in a Queensland for-profit retirement village. Data were collected from October to December 2012.