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LUXURY RETIREMENT IN LONDON

Enjoy an enriched, independent
lifestyle with security
and new opportunities

AN EXCEPTIONAL LIFESTYLE CHOICE

Living in central London,
everything the city has to offer
is on your doorstep

Closer to home
Tasting Menu
CULINARY DELIGHTS IN THE SILVER FERN RESTAURANT

The Battersea Place food and beverage team recently drew on their collective wealth of fine dining experience by hosting an eight course ‘Tasting Menu’ with carefully matched wine pairings.

The menu was designed and cooked by head chef Joseph and his team, and served by our front-of-house team.  Our Hospitality and Restaurant Managers each selected three wines and introduced them pre-degustation. Highlights included a New Zealand Verdelho and a delightful Italian Moscato D’Asti.

There was a real buzz in the restaurant as diners were invited to name the wines placed in front of them.  The team had such positive feedback on the night, and in subsequent days, that they are already planning the next event with a view to seasonal offerings several times a year.

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Village News
Battersea Place

Read all about life at Battersea Place, London’s very first luxury retirement community, in our newsletter – available to download here.

Explore the wide range of events and excursions, including first-hand experiences of life in this exceptional community.

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HEALTH & WELLBEING
AQUA AEROBICS
Tuesdays & Saturdays

Every Tuesday and Saturday we meet at the pool for aqua aerobics. We also offer regular classes in pilates, reiki and meditation.

Sandy's Story
Battersea Place
I’VE GOT THE MOST WONDERFUL VIEW OF THE PARK

Independent living

My life has carried on much the same as in my previous home. I still go out every morning to pick up the paper, stretch my legs and do my shopping; my apartment’s only three minutes from the bus stop that takes me up to the King’s Road. It’s also a great launch pad for me to travel too; next on my list: Morocco and the Far East.

Whilst living here, I have learnt how to cook. When my wife, Janet, was alive I wasn’t allowed in the kitchen because she said I’d make too much mess. Recently, I cooked supper for my daughter and by the end of the evening I realised my wife was right – I’d used every pan.

Home comforts

Moving to Battersea Place, there was no need to downsize – my square footage actually increased. I was able to set up my office in my living room and also had space for my double-deck dishwasher and wine fridge, that keeps both red wine and white wine at correct temperature, at the same time.

This place is ideal for entertaining; I’ve had lots of dinner parties already. Usually, I like to invite my friends up for pre-dinner drinks and then we go down to the restaurant and the chef prepares us an excellent supper. Then it’s back to my apartment for coffee on the terrace – overlooking Battersea Park. My daughter often walks her dog there when she visits.

I have everything I need here; the same doctor, the same church, even the same cleaner – there’s no insistence on using the staff. I’m yet to see the care suites as I was playing golf that day, but it’s good to know they are there – just in case. I know my daughter loves that I’m being looked out for, and looked after.

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Closer to home
Meet Andy Ross

Physiotherapy can help make day-to-day life easier.

Our physiotherapy assistant, Andy Ross, works with residents to assist them with their exercise programs and also advises on home equipment to aid independent living.

OUT & ABOUT
Battersea’s finest
farmers’ market

Every Saturday morning you will find many of us buying locally produced meat, game and fish – and savouring artisan breads and cakes at our local fine food market at Ransome’s Dock.

CLOSER TO HOME
A Midsummer
Night’s Dream

To celebrate our first year, we held a spectacular garden party themed around a Midsummer Night’s Dream. Residents enjoyed Shakespearean ballads, champagne cocktails and summer cocktails all within our own enchanted garden.

Closer to home
OPEN MIC NIGHTS

Our cinema is the perfect destination for our residents to share tales of their travels.

Recent topics have included ‘Wonders of Egypt’s Western Desert’, ‘India’s Independence Day’, ‘Plant Collecting in the Congo’ and ‘Aviation, Faction, Fiction – the Peter Talbert story’.

HEALTH & WELLBEING
shortlisted as a finalist in
the 2018 Pinder Healthcare Awards

Battersea Place, London’s first luxury retirement community, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2018 Pinder Healthcare Awards.

These national Awards recognise the very best developments in care-related property and the contribution made to the well-being and quality of life for those in their care.

Impeccable service and care define Battersea Place, with residents enjoying their own private apartments, supported by individually-tailored packages for domestic, personal and health care. In accordance with the award, Battersea Place has nominated charity ‘Brain Tumour Research’ to be the recipient of a £500 gift donation.

Closer to Home
Retire with all of your treasures

Space: Anne Hobson’s flat in Battersea Place has room for her dolls’ houses

One disadvantage of downsizing is having to part with your cherished possessions, collected over time. But what if you could find a retirement apartment large enough for all those treasures?

Retired businesswoman Anne Hobson, 78, found room for three antique dolls’ houses — one dating from 1740, in her apartment in Battersea Place, London’s first luxury retirement village.

“I’m so happy to have these lovely things around me,” says widow Anne, who moved to her two-bedroom home a year ago.

Her companion Christopher Buckmaster, 79, a former mayor of Kensington and Chelsea, has a collection of Napoleonic china spanning an entire wall in his penthouse at the development.

“They were originally made in honour of Napoleon, then seized by an ancestor of mine after the Battle of Waterloo and subsequently handed down through generations of my family. When I was looking to downsize, it was essential to move somewhere with enough room in which to display such special pieces. There is plenty of space to showcase it here and the range of security measures in place, from the concierge on the front desk to the key code system, helps me feel at ease.”

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Out & About
The
Royal Ballet

Residents enjoyed a truly spectacular live cinema transmission of the Royal Ballet’s performance of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

The evening was organised by our Entertainment Director, with tickets and refreshments pre-booked and transport arranged to and from the event, enabling residents to relax and enjoy a magical evening of dazzling costume and dance.