Tom Brake MP cuts the ribbon at Carshalton retirement development

Local MP Tom Brake joined Churchill Retirement Living on Friday 23rd November to officially open its new Laurel Lodge development in Carshalton.


Locals visited the Lodge on Denmark Road to see Mr Brake take part in an official ribbon cutting ceremony with Churchill’s Regional Sales & Marketing Director, Lesley Benwell.

Visitors to the event were also given the opportunity to view the development’s beautiful Show Complex, before being treated to a glass of fizz and canapés in the Owners’ Lounge.

Carshalton & Wallington MP Tom Brake said:

"I was pleased to be asked to open the new Laurel Lodge development in my constituency, and it was an honour to cut the ribbon. Retirement properties are a crucial part of meeting the UK’s housing challenge and Churchill’s new development is a significant addition to the housing provision here in Carshalton.

"Specialist retirement housing is proven to have a beneficial effect on older people’s health and wellbeing, be it from being in a modern, warm, well insulated home to having a sense of community which helps to beat loneliness.

"It was also heartening to meet the new Owners now calling Laurel Lodge home and hear so many positive stories from them."

Laurel Lodge is a collection of 57 one and two bedroom privately owned retirement apartments and shared facilities, designed exclusively for the over 60s. 

To find out more about the apartments available at Laurel Lodge, visit the Show Complex open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm, call 020 8712 3142 or click here.

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