Governance

It is a requirement for retirement villages to have a Statutory Supervisor.  

Alandale's  Statutory Supervisor is  Covenant Trustee Services Limited  ("Covenant").    They are an independent statutory supervisor.  It is their job to keep an eye on how our village is being run.

Their authority to act comes from the Retirement Villages Act 2003 ("Act").  That Act requires, with a few exceptions, that every retirement village must be registered and that the operator of a retirement village must appoint a statutory supervisor.

They are well equipped to be Alandale's statutory supervisor.  They perform the role of statutory supervisor for around half of New Zealand's registered retirement villages and  have been supervising retirement villages for more than 28 years.
About Alandale Foundation Trust

The Alandale Foundation bought the Village in 1996 and owns the land on which the village is located. The Village is run by a small team and governed by a Board of Trustees made up of resident and non resident trustees.

Being a charitable organisation means that profits from Alandale are reinvested into the community for the benefit of current and future residents.

 
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Alandale Village
1199 River Road
Flagstaff
Hamilton 3210