Thursday 25 August 2016

  
Margate Retirement Village Umdoni Retirement Village Ramsgate Retirement Village
Hibiscus Retirement Villages comprise three separate Retirement Villages as well as Hibiscus Frail Care.

Margate Retirement Village
Umdoni Retirement Village
Ramsgate Retirement Village
Hibiscus Frail Care

Established in 1962 and registered under the Housing Development Schemes for Retired Persons Act (Act 65 of 1988) & the Non-profit Organisations Act (Act 71 of 1997)


 

Hibiscus Retirement Villages provides full caring facilities in a secure environment for retired persons.  As a resident of Hibiscus Retirement Villages you will enjoy full use of the village facilities and live in an environment tailored around the wellbeing of our residents.  Amenities and services are designed to encourage participation in a wide range of activities.

We have three retirement villages namely Umdoni, Margate and Ramsgate.  Our units range from comfortable flats to spacious one, two and three-bedroom cottages.  Umdoni and RamsgateRetirementVillages are dog friendly.  We also have an 80-bed Frail Care Centre at MargateRetirementVillage and a 20-bed Frail Care Centre at UmdoniRetirementVillage.    

At Hibiscus Retirement Villages residents can share their interests and develop new ones whilst maintaining their independence in a supportive and secure environment. 

Hibiscus Retirement Villages offers the perfect combination of community involvement, privacy and independence.  Our vast range of activities include bowls, swimming, table tennis, yoga, gym, badminton, keep-fit classes, line dancing, snooker, darts, bridge, chess and various arts and crafts clubs. 

A variety of entertainment and shows are held in our village halls. E
mail us at
enquiries@hibiscusrv.co.za or contact us during office hours at 039-3125000 to join our waiting list.

FROM THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE

June 2016
 
Our Annual General Meetings are upon us again and we have just completed the Annual Audit and we are pleased to confirm that our auditor, Chantel Elliott gave us a clean audit and stated that the financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Society and that it is a going concern. Our operating turnover of R42,4 million and our capital turnover of R35,1 million indicates a sizeable operation over which the Executive Committee must show fiduciary responsibility. At the same time the Executive Committee must keep our villages up to date and in touch with what new residents into the villages want and need. They must ensure that we are relevant for the next generation of retirees. Audi, Volkswagen, and BMW are not afraid that any other car maker will destroy their profits, but they are afraid of Microsoft and Apple and the types of motor vehicles they are developing. It is said that there will be many jobs developed in the next ten years that we today cannot imagine. Being ahead of the next generation of retirees may be difficult. We are going ahead with a photovoltaic system to harvest energy from the sun for the Administration Building in Margate and we will continue to install solar systems for hot water.
 A New Village is in sight and we are busy determining the extent of the wetland and forest reserves to determine how many units we can build on the site. Sarah Allan as our Environmental Advisor and having worked for the Department of Environmental Affairs previously has the knowledge to assist us in this area of the development. More news will be forthcoming at the Annual General Meeting.
 See you at the AGM 22 July 2016
 
John Webster

 

Chief Executive


 

Members of the Executive Committee surveying land for the new village. 

Member of ARCEmail us at enquiries@hibiscusrv.co.za or phone 039 3125000 to join our waiting list