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Who is Rangeford?

Rangeford Holdings is a dedicated developer, operator and financier of villages and communities for the over 55s.

What is Wadswick Green?

Wadswick Green is a retirement village for people aged 60 and over, set in 25 acres of grounds.

It offers a range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and a village centre, The Pavilion, state-of-the-art amenities including a gym, swimming pool including Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, spa and hair salon. The village is also home to The Greenhouse restaurant. In 246 apartments will be built at the Wadswick Green village.

What is the site built on?

The site was formerly a Royal Navy base called HMS Royal Arthur.

Can I visit Wadswick Green?

Yes, of course. Please contact the Sales Office on 01225 584 500 to make an appointment. We are open Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm. You are also welcome to join us for coffee, lunch or afternoon tea and experience life at Wadswick Green first hand.

How much will it cost to live at Wadswick Green?

There is a range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and you can find the prices in the "Find an apartment" section. The Sales team will be happy to provide more information when you visit.

The Rowan Lane and Birch Close Courtyard Apartments - What other costs are there?

Monthly Service Charge and Ground Rent are*:

One bedroom single occupancy - £497.94
One bedroom double occupancy - £622.44
Ground Rent - £200 per year

Two bedroom single occupancy - £573.52
Two bedroom double occupancy - £698.01
Ground Rent - £300 per year

Three bedroom single occupancy - £644.67
Three bedroom double occupancy - £769.17
Ground Rent - £400 per year

*Prices correct at 1st July 2017

Residents are responsible for their own council tax, utility bills, contents insurance, broadband and satellite services.

Upon selling your home, there is an Event Fee to pay for the contingency fund, as well as a re-sale administration fee.

For more information, please speak with our Sales Advisors and ask for a copy of the ‘All You Need To Know’ and ‘Key Facts’ schedules.

The Pavilion Apartments - What other costs are there?

Monthly Service Charge and Ground Rent are*:

One bedroom single occupancy - £531.27
One bedroom double occupancy - £652.60
Ground Rent - £200 per year

Two bedroom single occupancy - £619.23
Two bedroom double occupancy - £740.57
Ground Rent - £300 per year

*Prices correct at 1st July 2017

Residents are responsible for their own council tax, contents insurance, broadband and satellite services. The Pavilion monthly charge includes all utilities – water, electricity and heating.

Upon selling your home, there is an Event Fee to pay for the contingency fund, as well as a re-sale administration fee.

For more information, please speak with our Sales Advisors and ask for a copy of the ‘All You Need To Know’ and ‘Key Facts’ schedules.

When can I move to Wadswick Green?

The community at Wadswick Green is growing, with Birch Close, Rowan Lane sold out and 1 bedroom apartments available in the Pavilion.

We will soon be releasing the new phase, Almond Close, of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom courtyard apartments which will be ready to move in Autumn/Winter 2018.

Have you registered your interest?

What if residents do not need care?

Many prospective residents will not require care and support, but they will feel reassured knowing it is readily available in the future. There is absolutely no obligation to buy care from Rangeford Care if you do not need it.

Village transportation information

The Wadswick Green chauffeur service will do regular scheduled trips to Corsham, Chippenham and Bath. Local journeys within a five-mile radius will be free and there will be other pre-designated free trips to be determined according to the needs of the residents.

Further, bespoke trips, such as to Bristol Airport, will be charged at a cost.

If you've got some feedback, we'd love to hear from you

At Rangeford we do everything we can to make sure our customers get the best possible experience, but occasionally things go awry. If you have a concern or other feedback, we want to resolve it quickly and simply.

If you are unhappy about any aspect of the service we provide, please talk to us. By talking to the member of staff you usually deal with, we can often clear up any issues quickly. They can discuss it with you and agree what to do next. If it is not possible to sort out your problem in this way and you wish to give formal feedback, please follow the guidelines shown below.

How should you give us feedback?

We welcome all feedback and use it to improve our performance. Our Complaints procedure sets out how we aim to resolve any concerns speedily and to everyone’s satisfaction. Please ask for a copy.

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