PIC and Octopus partnership SLIP acquires retirement village

Site expected to provide 147 retirement units alongside 14,000 sq ft of amenity space

Martin Richmond
clock • 3 min read
Pictured left to right, with the emerging Brent Cross Town in the background, are Bryony Harrap and Max Cawthorn - PIC; Oli Rifkind, André Gibbs and Simon Beck - Related Argent; Kevin Beirne and Mathilde Guittard - Octopus Real Estate; and John Nettleton, Audley Group
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Pictured left to right, with the emerging Brent Cross Town in the background, are Bryony Harrap and Max Cawthorn - PIC; Oli Rifkind, André Gibbs and Simon Beck - Related Argent; Kevin Beirne and Mathilde Guittard - Octopus Real Estate; and John Nettleton, Audley Group

Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) and Octopus Real Estate, in partnership with Audley Group, have announced an investment in a retirement village located in Brent Cross.

The investment will see PIC and Octopus, under their Senior Living Investment Partners (SLIP) venture, acquire 100% of the long leasehold interest in a plot in the Brent Cross Town development for ...

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