Since the pandemic, health and well-being have been a top priority for many. This newfound focus has changed how people choose to live and also where they want to create a home for themselves.

To gain further insight into how developments will reflect this new trend of health and well-being, Northacre commissioned The Future of a Life of Well-being Report. This was created by leading placemaking consultancy, Avansere, and was launched earlier this month during an event hosted by esteemed property and finance journalist, Anne Ashworth.

The panel of industry experts discussing the research was chaired by Tom Savigar of Avansere. Tom was joined by Nick Whitten, Head of UK Living Research & Strategy at JLL, Sophie Steed, Director of Squire & Partners, Geeta Sidhu-Robb, CEO of Noosh Detox and Thea Rowe, Associate Director of Bruce Gillingham Pollard.

They discussed the key findings of the report which included how:

The report concludes that the best developments will incorporate indoor and outdoor physical and digital wellness experiences, something that The Broadway has helped to facilitate within each apartment and with the new lifestyle destination, Orchard Place.

The project’s architects, Squire and Partners, have ensured that The Broadway apartments are connected to their local area with unrivalled views across Westminster and St. James’s Park, whilst Orchard Place will bring a thriving ecosystem of contemporary boutiques, cafes, restaurants and fitness studios.

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