Lifestyle Card

Old Town Residents Food and Entertainment Scheme

Iguana Developments is launching a food and entertainment scheme to its residents to enhance the sense of community for old town and city centre dwellers.

The Iguana Lifestyle scheme is free for businesses to join, in return for offering Iguana’s residents and tenants a discount on their goods and services.

With just over 200 individual apartments in the Old Town and city centre, Iguana Developments promotes the ease of city living to first time buyers, young professionals and down sizers.
Jason Coleman, Managing Director of Iguana Developments says:

“We are creating a community for our residents and encourage them to use the local amenities. This scheme is an additional benefit for people moving into our properties, as well as a promotional tool for the supporting businesses.”

“Our development on Liberty Lane is now over sixty-five percent sold subject to contract, with a number of owner-occupiers already moved in, enjoying their home in the wonderful Old Town.”

“We have created the discount scheme to raise awareness of the establishments in the local area. The Iguana Lifestyle card is available to our tenants in Essex House, buyers of apartments in Liberty House and the forthcoming developments; Queen’s Gardens and Burnett House. All located close to the bars, cafes, restaurants and leisure facilities surrounding Lowgate and Whitefriargate.”

“We continue to bring residents to live in the area and want to make them aware of the food and entertainment within walking distance of their front door.”

“We also have hundreds of young professionals living in house share arrangements in the Avenues and Kingswood who will receive their own Iguana Lifestyle card.”

When distributing the card, Iguana Developments will provide a list of venues taking part in the scheme and regularly share posts across their social media platforms.

To take part, businesses in the Old Town and City Centre are asked to email or send a direct message via the Iguana Developments Facebook page.