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For Andy, 59, who lives in the village of Bardsey to the north of Leeds, the benefit is knowing that his mother is not lonely.‘Where Mum used to live, she belonged to the Women’s Institute but talking to her she said her loneliness was about the day-to-day stuff, eating on her own at night and having no-one to chat to,’ he says.‘When I looked into it I realised that living alone can actually accelerate ageing.
Now Mum is just down the bottom of the garden so we can have dinner together each day.
But best of all is the fact that her son Andy is only a stone’s throw away. For widow Kath has just moved in to a purpose-built granny annexe erected at the end of his garden.
All bi-fold doors and cedar cladding, it was built at a cost of £67,000 and boasts a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and lounge.
They fine-tuned the layout and applied for planning permission in March.
After spending £13,000 on groundworks to level the site and connect water and electrical supplies, the build was completed in June.‘It’s been great so far,’ says Andy.
‘There is a lot of talk about a lack of housing, particularly family-sized houses,’ says Mr Bolger.
‘The benefit here is by moving into an annexe, older people not only release their capital but allow their family house to go back on the market.’Of all the problems facing the country, how to care for a rapidly ageing population is one of the most pressing.
While inevitably there will be those who have health care requirements that necessitate specialist accommodation and nursing, the majority want to live independently for as long as possible.
Not only is erecting a granny annexe in the garden relatively cheap but it also maintains privacy for both parties.
And there are financial advantages — if a relative over 65 is living in it then it will be exempt from council tax.‘We have been in the business for 30 years but in the past five years there has been a dramatic increase in demand for these sort of buildings for the elderly to live in,’ says Felix Bolger, managing director of Homelodge, a company that has erected some 200 annexes for elderly clients in recent years.‘What people are finding is that rather than spending £50,000 a year on an old people’s home, for a year or two’s money they can purchase an asset that will be there for good.’There are also benefits for wider society.
‘As soon as I get home I go up to the lodge and have a cup of tea and share the news of the day with Mum and we take it in turns to cook tea.’Because there are no steps or stairs, if Kath’s care needs ever change they can be easily catered for.
And if she has to move out, the building could become an office or even rented out for short stays on a site such as Airbnb.
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They then considered converting Andy’s garage before coming up with the idea of a bespoke building in the garden.‘Mum didn’t just want to live in something that had been dumped in my back garden,’ says Andy.