Finances continue to dominate concerns in retirement age as inflation, escalating healthcare costs and longer life expectancies place a severe drain on pension funds. According to a recent Moneyweb article quoting the 2017 report by Sanlam Glacier, for a 65-year-old couple today, there is a 50 percent chance that one will live to the age of 94, and a 25% more »
If you had to ask our residents, they’d tell you that no one at Renishaw Hills ever needs a reason to get together. Although we’re always ready to embrace the festive season, we thought we would use the launch of our 12 specially-priced RTO units as the perfect excuse for an Open Day with a difference! On the 16th December, more »
At Renishaw Hills, we like to #celebrateScottburgh and the people who make it home. Our annual Christmas Party took place recently and the festive cheer was at an all-time high. With a bring-and-share being the order of the evening, everyone brought a plate of their favourite things for the occasion. Placed on long harvest tables, an abundance of seasonal favourites more »
Those who are in the market for a retirement property will know the importance of weighing up your options. Many are often torn between the North and South Coast and their respective offerings. Over the last few years, things have moved southwards and retiring there has never looked better. Here are a few reasons why things are going South…
“I believe the award was given due to Renishaw’s insistence on producing a quality product, which we have managed to consistently achieve.” – Nic Moussouris (MD and owner of Inyoni Homes).
Whilst we never need an excuse to host a gathering, the festive season is a fantastic time to bring our residents and their loved ones together at Renishaw Hills…
It’s no secret that we’re incredibly passionate about our gardens at Renishaw Hills. Thanks to our very own Dr Elsa Pooley, we have the most stunning indigenous plants that seem to thrive where we are situated. Although we’re lucky enough to have the green fingers of Elsa, this doesn’t mean that you can’t nurture your plants at home.
With Arbour Week having happened in the first week of September, we thought we would keep the spirit of growth alive. After receiving our first rains of spring (around 70mm) we can’t wait to see what Mother Nature has in store for us.
No man is an island. John Donne was onto something when he said that but we don’t think he realised just how much that would ring true when it comes to retirement. The importance of community during this phase of one’s life cannot be understated. It’s probably one of the most important factors to consider when investing in a mature more »
It’s no secret that we’re incredibly proud of our beautiful gardens. We jumped at the chance to host the prestigious Winter Gardens alongside the Botanical Society. With winter providing the best of our aloes in full bloom, we opened the gates at Renishaw Hills to fellow garden enthusiasts over a weekend in the middle of July. This provided the perfect more »