1. The freehold is held by a third party, Dunwood Properties Ltd.
2. There is no mention in the lease only in the sales brochure issued to all prospective buyers looking to purchase a retirement property.
Thank you Joshua.
As far as a layman makes common sense of a legally written lease I have located a reference to the facilities available to us. Included within The First Schedule, Part 1, "Rights included for the Lease", Part II
Headed "Care and Facilities",
b) "the right to use and have the benefit of such additional services and facilities as are now or may in the future be made available by the Landlord to treat the tenant or for the provision of medical treatment the tenant paying the rates applicable for such facilities charged by the Landlord from time to time".
So much for the Lease but there one further reference to "The Guest Suite" in a document (Purchaser Information Pack) issued to all residents on taking up residence.
"The guest suite is available for visiting relatives or friends. A charge is payable for its use. Reservation details are available from the Care Manager. Priority may be given to a Relief Care Manager or visitor helping a sick resident . It is not intended to be used as accommodation for a nurse attending a sick resident except in cases of emergencies."
I hope this helps.