The UK’s leading retirement housebuilder, McCarthy and Stone, has launched a search for a local charity to support in Canterbury, as its new Retirement Living development Freeman House starts to take shape.
McCarthy and Stone is looking pledge its support to a neighbourhood project, charity or one-off event within the local community as part of an ongoing commitment to the area.
Community groups and local charities are urged to get in touch as soon as possible by emailing requests to email@example.com by midnight on Friday 14th April 2017.
Please mark your emails ‘Canterbury Community Appeal’ in the subject header.
The property will be named after Kent's all-time leading wicket-taker Alfred "Tich" Freeman, who took 3,776 first class wickets.
Julie Ward, Regional Sales and Marketing Director at McCarthy and Stone South East, commented: “Our fundamental aim when creating a development is to support and integrate McCarthy and Stone and our future homeowners into the local community.
"Our developments are created with the community in mind, and supporting local charities or neighbourhood projects allows us to create a positive legacy.”
Situated next to The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence, the home of Kent County Cricket Club, Freeman House comprises a collection of one and two bedroom apartments designed exclusively for the over 60s.
With a stunning modern design, including landscaped gardens, guest suite and homeowners’ lounge, Freeman House will provide a fantastic range of facilities when complete.
Homeowners will benefit from their very own concierge, who will be on hand to ensure the smooth-running of the development, organise community events and activities, and provide support to homeowners.
Prices currently start from £299,950 for a one-bedroom apartment, with two-bedroom designs available from £389,950.