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Principle Set to Look After Oxfordshire Retirement Home

Established managing agent, Principle Estate Management, has announced that it will look after a luxury retirement development on the River Thames.

Located in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, the Laureate Gardens are an exclusive gated development consisting of 16 apartments, 15 two-bedroom and three-bedroom homes, as well as three cottages.

Joe Jobson, a director at Principle, said: “We are delighted to have been instructed on such a flagship development in what is an oasis setting, built to the highest standards.

“Retirement living is an area of our business we are very focused on growing, and I believe instructions like this show that we have the team and management capability to continue to actively grow in the sector.

“We enjoy a great working relationship with Amber and are looking forward to continuing to provide a high-level property management service on their behalf.”

Principle Estate Management was awarded the contract to look after the retirement community by Laureate Gardens Limited, part of the Amber Infrastructure Group.

Laureate Gardens is the second exclusive residential development that Principle has been instructed to manage on behalf of Amber, following their previous arrangement for a similar scheme in Solihull last year.

Ben Tanner, Project Director at Amber, said: “Following the appointment of Principle at Albany Meadows, we knew from the outset we wanted them on board for Laureate Gardens.

“As active stakeholders and long-term investors, it is vital that we have a managing agent with the professional capability to manage such a development.”

The Laureate Gardens project was completed in February.

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