Seniors housing developers compete for Global Award


The seventh entry for the seniors housing Global Awards 2017 has been received.

There’s a Kiwi connection to London’s new 108 million-pound ($184m) Battersea Place retirement community.

The project, officially known as Battersea Place LifeCare Residences, has been developed by Guernsey-registered LifeCare Residences International, founded and chaired by New Zealander Cliff Cook.

He is a retirement community pioneer, listed on the NBR Rich List with wealth of $400 million, founder of Metlifecare, New Zealand’s second biggest NZX-listed retirement business, and has more than 28 years experience in the sector.

Global Over 50s Housing/Healthcare Awards.