I work for the University of Reading's School of Construction Management & Engineering.Other
With an ever increasing ageing population, the UK is poorly placed to meet demand. Purpose built retirement complexes\villages that are designed sustainably and with a high energy efficiency criteria to meet the requirements of the elderly, whether in rural or urban locations, would be an ideal investment opportunity.
Investors could realise their investment on the sale of each unit - making it a relatively short-term investment.
Each investor could decide upon the name of their allotted unit.
Each unit would have its own investment requirement determined upon its potential value in relation to the other units and, therefore, the possible return it would achieve on its sale.
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