Dallas Street consists of 15 self-contained apartments that will house tenants with diverse and complex needs, which includes people with learning disabilities, autism, brain injuries and mental ill-health.
The scheme was developed in partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council, under a full nominations agreement with the Registered Provider. In addition there is a three bed apartment with full DDA compliance, including hoists to all rooms.
Work started in August 2016 at Newall Green Farm, Wythenshawe, following 12 months of detailed local authority negotiations. This development is a 400-year old farm building with two large outbuildings.
Completed in October 2017, this development provides 22 beds of shared accommodation and five self-contained single occupancy apartments, providing supported living services for 27 individual tenants.
Hazelmont House was a commercial office property when purchased. A conversion into a Supported Living home was designed with the stakeholders and Planning Approval was granted in 2016.
This Scheme consists of 12 self contained apartments, each comprising separate living areas, bedrooms and bathrooms. The ground floor has a larger unit with wet room and also a rear staff pod with welfare and sleep facilities.
St Julian’s Farm Road is three-storey residential property located in a conservation area in London. The work undertaken on St Julian’s Farm Road has transformed the building into a beautiful home for eight people living on a shared basis, with Pathway for Care as the care provider.
To ensure St Julian’s Farm Road could provide a home, we initiated an extensive series of works to bring the building up to the correct specifications and regulations. This included undertaking pipework, drainage, woodwork, electrics, plastering, repointing, flooring and roofing works.
The Elms is large, traditionally constructed building, situated in Cheshire and surrounded by open spaces. Welcoming in appearance, The Elms has been transformed into a supported living home through the creation of six flats for vulnerable members of society.
To transform The Elms into a new home, the building required a series of internal and external refurbishment works, including repairs to the structure, the fabric and services. This included new plumbing, electrics, plastering and woodwork, as well as decoration throughout.
Westcliff Road is a two-storey, semi-detached house located in Margate. The formerly vacant property was refurbished to provide a supported living home for five people on a shared basis, with two bedrooms on the first floor, two on the ground floor, and a bedroom with en-suite in the rear annex.