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Planning gained for Staffordshire Project
23 May 2012
Our growing reputation gained in the north west extra care housing field with schemes such as the Brookside development in Ormskirk and Pickmere Court in Crewe, has helped secure planning for their latest development in Penkridge, Staffordshire for South Staffordshire Housing Association (Housing Plus).
The £13million extra care flagship scheme is set to help meet the growing demand for older people’s housing in South Staffordshire.
The development of the former Silverdene care home, at Tildesely Close, Penkridge, will be turned into an extra care scheme of 82 high-quality purpose-built apartments for people aged mainly over 55. Work on the development, including the demolition of a number of disused properties on the site, is due to be started in June, with anticipated completion by November 2013.
The project receives £1.14million investment from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), and £1.1million from South Staffordshire Council, as well as a donation of land.
Care Plus, (part of Housing Plus) will be managing the scheme. Care and support packages will be tailored around residents’ needs and wishes to ensure they retain their independence and have an enhanced quality of life.
The modern apartments will be in an attractive, light and airy building that also includes a cafe, restaurant, hairdressing salon and gym for use by residents and the local community.
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