PegasusLife is a business on a mission to fundamentally re-think and re-invent the places and ways in which we live as we get older.
The company was established in 2012 on the premise of redefining the retirement housing market in order to overcome the chronic lack of relevant housing options available to the older generation in the UK. In the last century our society has seen unprecedented leaps in health, education, travel and communication – it's time our homes reflected this.
We already have thirty developments in locations across the U.K., with many more in the pipeline.
When we talk about maintenance, we mean much more than a lick of paint or changing a light bulb (although we will, of course, take care of that too).
Park House comprises three pavilions with high gables and white painted brick. These features give it specific requirements for maintenance, which we'll make sure are met. This ensures that your investment is secure and you can enjoy living in an environment that improves rather than deteriorates with age. From maintaining the pitched roofs to mowing lawns and trimming climbing plants in the courtyard and woodland garden, the approach is tailor-made and detail-oriented.
The management company for Park House is run on a strict not-for-profit basis. This ensures that work is carried out solely for the purposes of caring for the building and maintaining the quality of the offer and experience of living here for the residents.
On purchasing a property at Park House, homeowners, together with PegasusLife, automatically become shareholders of the management company, giving you voting rights and a say in how the company is managed and run
When it comes to the operation of the management company, we believe passionately that true transparency is fundamental to maintaining residents' peace of mind and the management company’s integrity. For this reason, we’ve invested in creating our own digital tool for property management – an online members-only system, which is designed to provide you with a detailed understanding of how your money is spent on servicing Park House and to enable you to keep track of expenditure on, and investment in, the building over time.
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