Following on from last week’s edition of the Carterwood Index for elderly care homes, this week we bring you our quarterly snapshot of the older people’s housing market as we track essential market statistics for Great Britain.
Once again, we explore the size of the older people’s housing market, analyse the asset type, and share the development pace and planning activity for 2021 to date.
Development and openings
Want a reminder of what our Carterwood Index Q3 2021 release for older people’s housing market revealed? Simply click here to view
Keep an eye out for our next Carterwood Index update in spring 2022.
Interested in finding out more about the retirement living market and uncovering more juicy statistics that can help guide your future developments?
Check out our new Carterwood Analytics | Retirement Living platform; everything you need to assess the viability of new retirement living schemes quicker, improve sales velocity, and maximise your sale/resale rates.
If you are interested in working with an award-winning team to help improve your strategic decision-making, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Our team of sector specialists are here to support your growth plans, providing expert market intelligence, advice and guidance at every step of your journey.
- Advisory services for the elderly care home sector
- Advisory services for the older people’s housing sector
Discover how Carterwood Analytics – our online platforms for care home and retirement living market analysis – can help you:
Notes: All figures are GB, unless otherwise stated. Updated November 2021. “With care” includes all C2 extra care and enhanced sheltered schemes. “Without care” includes all C3 sheltered housing and age exclusive schemes. Total units, not private units, are used for all metrics. No of schemes/units opened in 2021 refers to all schemes/units with a built year of 2021.
Sources: Carterwood, Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC), operator website, direct enquiries, HAPPI (Housing our Ageing Population: Panel for Innovation), Glenigan, Planning Pipe, local authority planning websites.