With the hustle and bustle of daily life spelling stress for many, we’re all looking for ways to relax and live care-free. At Renishaw Hills, we’ve flipped the notion of retirement on its head and through our commitment to happiness and well-being, we’ve been able to help over 150 people retire well so far. Here’s how we enable you to more »
Investing in a retirement village is a major life decision that requires extensive research and serious considerations. It’s important to remember that a retirement home, while possibly the last home you will invest in, is likely to be a place you reside in for decades so it has to meet all your specific needs.
Choosing a retirement property is tough enough without having to consider different purchase agreements. Buzz words like “life rights” and “sectional title” can really confuse those looking to make this important acquisition, so we’d like to shed some light on the topic.
A strict adherence to a quality product has seen Inyoni Homes CC win another top award for its construction of homes at Renishaw Hills, a mature lifestyle estate on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast. At the recent Master Builders KwaZulu-Natal Annual Awards event, hosted at the Durban International Conference Centre, Inyoni Homes was awarded for its Renishaw Hills maisonettes in the more »
When considering retirement options, downsizing is generally accepted as part of the deal, but so often retiring to an apartment is overlooked – for all the wrong reasons.
Deciding where to retire can prove an incredibly difficult decision, often causing many to delay the move to retirement altogether. There are many holistic retirement estates arising across South Africa that offer a secure, comfortable lifestyle. Residents are able to use all inhouse facilities with access to quality medical care.
While studying her three-year National Diploma in Horticulture at Durban University of Technology (DUT) between 2012 to 2015, Amanda Maphumulo never envisioned working alongside the author of ‘Wild Flowers in KZN’ – a reference book that was instrumental in achieving her diploma. But in 2016, Amanda was invited to work with the renowned horticulturalist and landscaper, Elsa Pooley, landscaping and more »
Bulldozing through stereotypes and breaking down gender barriers, two young South Coast women are proving there’s nothing they can’t do. Amandawe residents, Londiwe Buthelezi and Nonhlanhla Hlongwa, have just completed the Renishaw Hills-funded Construction Education & Training Authority (CETA) learnership programmes in Building and Civils Construction.
When it comes to retirement, many people are put off decision making because of misconceived notions about the retirement options available. It can be quite a daunting decision to make, but the modern retirement solutions are varied and interesting.
True value and quality should always speak for themselves. When they do, they attract the attention of those who appreciate the strides that we have made. For the Renishaw Hills team, it’s rewarding to see our commitment to our residents and the implementation of cutting-edge technologies celebrated in an article like this one.