Nick Sanderson

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Never Had It So Good? Think Again

(0) Comments | Posted 18 February 2014 | (15:54)

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) think-tank recently reported that people born in the 1960s and 1970s had not saved enough to be better off in retirement than their predecessors is both startling and worrying.

It has long been a commonly held view that this generation, like the babyboomers...

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'Retirement' Presents a Strong Investment Opportunity

(0) Comments | Posted 27 March 2013 | (14:35)

What is retirement? What does it mean for individuals and what does it represent for industry and business? Not a day goes by without the media running another story about the issues facing older people as they approach retirement, from finances to health concerns. In truth retirement is not a...

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Listen to the HAPPI2 Report: There Is Another Way to Address the Housing Shortage

(0) Comments | Posted 22 February 2013 | (22:28)

Planning Minister Nick Boles recently said the Government had a 'moral' duty to force councils to find land to develop to stop home ownership becoming the preserve of the wealthy. The UK is facing an increasing housing shortage, and one which needs to be urgently addressed. I am certain that...

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Moving Up, Down and Across: How to Stimulate the Housing Market & Improve Retirement Living

(0) Comments | Posted 5 September 2012 | (11:32)

The UK housing market has filled the headlines in recent years, with many commentators decrying the stagnation of the sector. Solutions have not been forthcoming, but it is safe to say that the shortage in housing stock requires an honest appraisal, followed by an injection of purpose and innovation. The...

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2012: A Time for Independence

(0) Comments | Posted 13 March 2012 | (10:56)

Nick Sanderson, CEO of Audley Retirement Villages and Chairman of the Association of Retirement Villages

2012 will be far from a quiet year for the long term care sector. The amount of column inches dedicated to debating important topics from retirement and pension changes to funding long term care to...

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