Find out about extra care housing, how it works, whether you are eligible, and a list of local schemes and their facilities.

Extra care housing gives you the security and privacy of a home of your own, a range of facilities on the premises and access to 24-hour care and support services, if needed. With extra care, you stay in control of your own future, retaining dignity, security and choice. There are many schemes across North Yorkshire, usually run in partnership with housing associations, and all are home to a mix of residents needing varying levels of support.

Extra care housing is different because:

  • you are living "in your own home" and not in a care home;
  • private accommodation is available for rent, shared ownership or sale;
  • you have your own front door so you control who comes in and when;
  • couples and friends can stay together;
  • there is a mix of able and less able people to reflect a true community;
  • 24-hour care and support services are available on site;
  • you get support to keep your independence;
  • you can join in social activities or you can be private;
  • you have control over your finances and support if you need help to manage them; and
  • you have security, as the aim is a home for life.

Each extra care housing scheme will have a range of facilities on site, such as a shop, hair and beauty salon, café or restaurant, lounge, hobbies room and library. Local people are encouraged to make use of the facilities, making the scheme an integral part of local life.

Care and support for independent living

On-site support staff will get to know you and the other residents and be able to monitor your day-to-day wellbeing. Flexibility is built into the care, so if you are temporarily poorly or have spent time in hospital, support can be increased and gradually decreased as you recover.

Further reading

Broadly speaking, to be eligible, you will usually be 55 or over (or younger with a disability) with a housing, care or support need and meet the eligibility criteria in order of priority:

  1. already living in the town or nearby village in which the scheme is built;
  2. already living in the district or borough council area;
  3. already living in the county council area;
  4. living outside of the county but with a local connection, for instance a move to be nearer to family; then
  5. living outside of the county with no local connection.

Anyone wanting to live in the scheme will have to fill in an application and be willing to have their care and support needs assessed. An allocations panel will decide who is offered accommodation.

Some extra care developments offer homes to buy and others offer only rented accommodation. Some are mixed tenure, including rent, shared ownership and outright sales.

Most schemes offer a choice of one- or two-bedroom accommodation. You would either have a tenancy agreement if you rent, or a lease if you purchase your apartment. This gives you a strong element of control over your future. You would have the legal right to occupy as a tenant or owner.

If you are thinking of moving into extra care housing, it is important to find out exactly what it will cost you. You may qualify for benefits to meet all or part of the costs.

There are several elements to the cost of extra care housing, such as:

  • the cost of buying or renting your new home;
  • the service charge associated with your home;
  • the care and support costs (a separate financial assessment is completed to determine the amount you would have to pay);
  • day-to-day living costs which will include the cost of electricity, council tax, telephone and groceries; and
  • some schemes operate a background support service; your ability to contribute towards this service will be included in your financial assessment.

Costs vary from scheme to scheme. For current prices for specific schemes, you will need to contact the scheme manager.

We have a dedicated accommodation team that works with our partners to help ensure schemes are built and run successfully.

In addition to the existing schemes, we are working with several organisations and framework providers to build a number of further schemes over the next few years in line with our 'care and support where I live' strategy.

To support this ambition, the council completed a successful procurement exercise in 2015 to appoint a framework of organisations who are working in partnership with us to deliver new extra care housing schemes across the county.

The six organisations appointed to the framework were:

  • Ashley House;
  • Galliford Try Partnerships North;
  • Keepmoat;
  • Housing and Care 21;
  • Places for People; and
  • Your Housing Group.

For further information, please contact extracareenquiries@northyorks.gov.uk.

Useful downloads

 Accommodation with care design and ethos guide (pdf / 3 MB)

 Design and good practice guide - dementia care (pdf / 1001 KB)

 Partnership service protocol (pdf / 558 KB)

 The need for extra care housing (pdf / 2 MB)

Extra care schemes in North Yorkshire

This list is arranged alphabetically by main town name. You can contact the scheme you are interested in for more information.

Easingwold: Springhill Court

Springhill Court provides 39 one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent.

Manor Road
Easingwold
YO61 3AS

Website: www.housingandcare21.co.uk
Email: tracey.gowlett@housing21.co.uk
Telephone: 03701 924640

Springhill Court is situated in the rural town of Easingwold, between Thirsk and York. The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Housing and Care 21
Year built 2007
Floors Three
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 35
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 4
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room that can be booked for family and friends
  • hair salon
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • laundry room
  • lounge and seating areas
  • restaurant
  • shop
  • wellbeing and memory clinics
  • Wii console
Regular activities
  • bingo
  • film afternoons
  • stroke club
  • trips out
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Housing and Care 21; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Pets Pet friendly
Tenure type Affordable rent
Eligibility You will usually need to be 60 or over with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. An exception can be made in light of physical or sensory disability.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Care Quality Commission report

CQC logo

Housing and Care 21 - Springhill Court

CQC overall rating

Good

11 January 2017

See the report.

Eastfield: Jazz Court

Jazz Court in Eastfield provides 60 self-contained one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent.

Jazz Court
Ashmead Square
Eastfield
YO11 3EY

Website: www.sanctuary-extracare.co.uk
Email: jazz.court@sanctuary-housing.co.uk
Telephone: 01723 330168

Jazz Court is a purpose built development offering a selection of apartments with a range of on-site services and facilities. Designed to offer comfort, independence and peace of mind to those aged 55 and over, Jazz Court has a dedicated care and support team on site, enabling you to enjoy your own home and your own way of life.

Each apartment has its own front door, lounge, fully equipped kitchen with white goods and assisted bathroom with a level access shower. Apartments come with fitted carpets leaving you free to furnish your home as you choose.

Jazz Court has attractive communal spaces, lifts to all floors and full wheelchair access to all apartments and communal areas.

Scheme details

Landlord Sanctuary Housing Association
Year built 2014
Floors Three
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 15
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 45
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • beauty room and hair salon
  • communal lounge
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • health and fitness suite
  • IT suite
  • restaurant and cafe
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Sanctuary Housing Association.
Pets Pet are accepted subject to individual circumstance.
Tenure type Affordable rent
Eligibility You must be 55 or over with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. (An exception can be made in light of other disabilities that can be supported in the scheme.)

More information and how to apply

For more information, including details of how to apply or to arrange a visit, please contact Jazz Court.

Care Quality Commission report

 

CQC logoSanctuary Home Care Ltd - Scarborough

CQC overall rating

Good

18 February 2016

See the report.

Harrogate: Greenfield Court

Greenfield Court provides studio apartments and one-bedroom bungalows for rent.

42 Wetherby Road
Harrogate
HG2 7SQ

Website: www.harrogateneighbours.co.uk
Email: louise.swart@hnha.co.uk
Telephone: 01423 888777

Greenfield Court provides 39 studio apartments and ten self-contained one bedroom bungalows for rent. Each apartment provides a high standard of accommodation that includes a walk-in shower and full central heating. The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout.

Scheme details

Landlord Harrogate Neighbours Housing Association
Floors Three
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
  • Studio apartments: 39
  • One-bedroom bungalows: 10
  • Interim care apartments: 2
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • concessionary TV licence
  • coffee shop
  • dining facilities
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room that can be booked for family and friends
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • lounges and seating areas
  • well-equipped laundry room
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Harrogate Neighbours Housing Association.
Regular activities
  • bingo evenings
  • computer classes
  • film shows
  • flower arranging
  • games afternoons
  • trips out
Pets No pets allowed.
Tenure type Rent
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. An exception can be made in light of physical or sensory disability. 

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Care Quality Commission report

CQC logo

Greenfield Court HNHA

CQC overall rating

Good

2 October 2015

See the report.

Harrogate: The Cuttings

The Cuttings is a new scheme in Starbeck, on the outskirts of Harrogate. The name acknowledges the historical train and goods services formerly located at Starbeck.

The scheme is jointly funded by Harrogate Neighbours Housing Association, North Yorkshire County Council, Keepmoat, the Homes and Communities Agency and The Charity Bank. Work started on site in March 2017 with expected completion in June 2018.

The scheme will consist of 55 units, including:

  • 37 one-bedroom apartments;
  • eight two-bedroom apartments; and
  • ten one-bed studio apartments.

Each apartment will provide a high standard of accommodation that contains a lounge, fitted kitchen and a bathroom with a level access shower.

All units will be available to rent in line with local housing benefit levels.

Communal facilities will include:

  • assisted bathing suite;
  • gardens;
  • guest suite;
  • hair and beauty room;
  • laundry;
  • lounge;
  • mobility scooter storage and charging facility; and
  • restaurant.

The scheme will also offer specialist dementia care facilities and specialist catering facility for a community-wide, meals on wheels service (Harrogate Food Angels).

Residents at Greenfield Court in Harrogate will have the right to access The Cuttings in Starbeck, if they wish to do so. North Yorkshire County Council has secured 22 nomination rights for the scheme upon completion.

If you would like regular bulletins on the development's progress, please email extracareenquiries@northyorks.gov.uk

If you wish to express an interest in an apartment, please contact Harrogate Neighbours Housing Association on 01423 880487 or email info@hnha.co.uk. Alternatively, email North Yorkshire County Council at extracareenquiries@northyorks.gov.uk

Knaresborough: Hill View Manor

Hill View Manor in Knaresborough provides 40 self-contained apartments for rent.

Manor Court
Knaresborough
HG5 0SJ

Website: www.hanover.org.uk
Email: north.housing.services@hanover.org.uk
Telephone: 01423 867768

The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout and local amenities are within walking distance. Each apartment provides a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Hanover Housing Association
Year built 2004
Floors Three
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 38
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 2
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • assisted bathroom
  • chiropodist
  • concessionary TV licence
  • cycle and scooter store
  • door entry and intercom system in every apartment
  • guest room
  • hair salon
  • laundry
  • lounge and restaurant
  • nostalgia room
  • shop
  • therapy room
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Hanover Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Regular activities
  • afternoon teas
  • art and craft sessions
  • church services
  • coffee morning
  • entertainment in the main lounge
  • film shows
  • library service
  • musicians
  • quizzes
Pets The scheme is pet friendly.
Tenure type Affordable rent
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Leyburn (Bainbridge): Sycamore Hall

Sycamore Hall provides 35 self-contained, one-bedroom and five, two-bedroom apartments for rent.

Bainbridge
Leyburn
DL8 3HF

Website: www.housingandcare21.co.uk
Email: jane.cairns@housing21.co.uk
Telephone: 03701 924055

Sycamore Hall is situated in the village of Bainbridge which is located in Upper Wensleydale, between Askrigg and Hawes. The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Housing and Care 21
Year built 2006
Floors Two
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 35
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 5
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room that can be booked for family and friends
  • hair salon
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • laundry room
  • lounge and seating areas
  • restaurant
  • shop
Regular activities
  • afternoon teas
  • coffee mornings
  • day service facilities
  • entertainment and buffet
  • film shows
  • games afternoons
  • trips out in the summertime
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Housing and Care 21; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Pets The scheme is pet-friendly.
Tenure type Affordable rent.
Eligibility You will usually need to be 60 or over with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. An exception can be made in light of physical or sensory disability.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Care Quality Commission report

CQC logo

Sycamore Hall

CQC overall rating

Good

18 November 2015

See the report.

Leyburn: Kirkwood Hall

Kirkwood Hall in Leyburn provides 46 apartments and seven bungalows for rent.

Harmby Road
Leyburn
DL8 5NS

Website: www.broadacres.org.uk
Email: extra-care@broadacres.org.uk
Telephone: 01969 623134

The scheme provides a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and underfloor heating. There are also communal lounges, an activity room and a secure garden.

Scheme details

Landlord Broadacres Housing Association
Year built 2016
Floors Two
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom studio apartments: 20
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 26
  • Two-bedroom bungalows: 7
Accessibility All accommodation is wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • assisted bathing
  • concessionary TV licence
  • guest room that can be booked for family and friends
  • hair and beauty room
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas.
  • laundry room
  • lounges and seating areas
  • restaurant facilities
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Broadacres Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Regular activities Opportunities are available to participate in a wide range of activities within the scheme.
Pets Cats and dogs are accepted (not to be replaced) with prior permission.
Tenure type Affordable rent
Eligibility You will usually need to be 60 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. (An exception can be made in light of other disabilities that can be supported in the scheme.)

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Northallerton (Brompton): The Orchards

The Orchards provides 34 self-contained, one and two-bedroom apartments and three bungalows available for rent.

Orchard Grove
Brompton
Northallerton
DL6 2RB

Website: www.broadacres.org.uk
Email: extra-care@broadacres.org.uk
Telephone: 01609 770609

The Orchards is situated in Brompton near Northallerton. The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Broadacres Housing Association
Year built 2003
Floors Two
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
(all units are self-contained)
  • One- and two-bedroom apartments: 34
  • Bungalows: 3
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • assisted bathroom
  • computer room
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room that can be booked for family and friends
  • landscaped gardens with seating areas
  • laundry room
  • lounge and seating areas
  • restaurant
Regular activities
  • bingo
  • coffee mornings
  • craft mornings
  • film club
  • monthly social events
  • trips out and other activities on an ad hoc basis
  • reminiscence group
  • songs of praise
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Broadacres Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Pets Cats and dogs are accepted (not to be replaced) with prior permission.
Tenure type Affordable rent
Eligibility You will usually need to be 60 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. An exception can be made in light of other disabilities that can be supported in the scheme.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Northallerton: Rivendale

Rivendale is in the market town of Northallerton, providing 51 two-bedroom apartments.

227 Bankhead Road
Northallerton
DL6 1HN

Website: www.broadacres.org.uk
Email: extra-care@broadacres.org.uk
Telephone: 01609 781096

Each apartment provides a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and under floor heating. The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout and also a number of environmental features, such as solar panels to support hot water and under floor heating, rain water harvesting tanks and a green roof.

Scheme details

Landlord Broadacres Housing Association
Year built 2010
Floors Three
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • assisted bathroom
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room that can be booked for family and friends
  • hair salon
  • hobby room
  • landscaped gardens with seating areas
  • laundry room
  • lounge and seating areas
  • restaurant
Regular activities
  • bingo
  • craft evenings
  • dominoes
  • monthly social events
  • occasional trips out and other activities on an ad hoc basis
  • worship services
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Broadacres Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Pets Cats and dogs are accepted (not to be replaced) with prior permission.
Tenure type Affordable rent, shared ownership and ownership
Eligibility You will usually need to be 60 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. An exception can be made in light of other disabilities that can be supported in the scheme.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Norton: Deansfield Court

Deansfield Court near Norton provides 50 self-contained apartments for rent.

Furlongs Avenue
Norton
Malton
YO17 9DJ

Website: www.yorkshirehousing.co.uk
Telephone: 01653 604440

Deansfield Court is around one mile from Norton and two miles from the town centre of Malton. The 50 self-contained apartments benefit from:

  • a fully fitted kitchen, including oven, hob and fridge freezer;
  • a level access shower room;  
  • emergency call facilities and internal hotel-type telephone system; and
  • wheelchair access throughout.

Scheme details

Landlord Yorkshire Housing
Year built 2009
Floors Three
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation 50 self-contained apartments with a mix of one- and two-bedroom layouts
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • access to library services
  • communal grounds and secure sensory garden
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room that can be booked for family and friends
  • hairdressing and treatment suite
  • internet access
  • lounges and seating areas
  • on-site shop
  • restaurant facilities
  • quiet room
  • scooter and wheelchair store, plus charging areas
  • well-equipped laundry room
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Yorkshire Housing; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Pets No pets allowed.
Tenure type Affordable rent.
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Pickering: Mickle Hill

Mickle Hill features apartments and bungalows on the edge of Pickering in 11 acres of landscaped gardens.

Malton Road
Pickering
YO18 7NB

Website: www.micklehill.org.uk
Email: enquiries@micklehill.org.uk
Telephone: 01751 245000

Scheme details

Landlord Methodist Homes Association
Year built 2016/17
Floors Various
Number of lifts Lift access to all floors
Accommodation
(all are self-contained)
  • One- or two-bedroom apartments: 90
  • One- or two-bedroom bungalows: 78
Accessibility All apartments and bungalows are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services are available on site with emergency response alarm in each apartment or bungalow linked to onsite team
  • activities and crafts room
  • assisted bathroom
  • café bistro
  • car parking and buggy storage area
  • cinema room
  • en suite to all apartments
  • facility for satellite TV with Sky Plus
  • fire protection with smoke detectors to all properties and sprinkler system to all apartments
  • gas central heating with low surface temperature radiators
  • guest suite
  • gymnasium
  • hair and beauty salon
  • high quality fitted kitchens with integrated eye level oven and quality appliances
  • landscaped gardens with outdoor seating
  • level access showers
  • library and IT suite
  • residents' lounge with bar
  • shop
  • spa jacuzzi
  • specialised flooring to wet area, to reduce slip hazards
  • telephone and broadband access
Regular activities Opportunities are available to participate in a wide range of activities within the scheme.
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Methodist Homes Association.
Pets Pet friendly
Tenure type Affordable rent, shared ownership or ownership
Eligibility You must be 60 or over with a housing need or in need of personal care assistance to be eligible for this scheme. In exceptional circumstances, this may be extended to people over 55. An eligibility criteria exists for access to the scheme which gives priority to people living in Pickering and surrounding areas or people with a local connection.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Richmond: Greyfriars

Greyfriars provides 39 two-bedroom, self-contained apartments in historic Richmond.

1-40 Flints Terrace
Richmond
North Yorkshire
DL10 4DQ

Website: www.housingandcare21.co.uk
Email: christine.cooper@housingandcare21.co.uk
Telephone: 03701 924991

Located in the centre of Richmond, the apartments are set over four levels within the scheme, which has wheelchair access throughout. Each apartment provides a spacious home containing a lounge, fitted kitchen, two bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom with level access shower and benefits from individually controlled under-floor heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Housing and Care 21
Year built 2011
Floors Four
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation 39 two-bedroom, self-contained apartments
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • assisted bathing room
  • communal lounge
  • community resource room
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • electric vehicle storage and charge room
  • guest suite for use by family and friends for short stays
  • hairdressing salon
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • laundry room
  • restaurant
  • sensory room
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Housing and Care 21; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council and private domiciliary care agencies.
Regular activities The scheme offers a full programme of activities and events. 
Pets Pet friendly
Tenure type The scheme offers 34 affordable rent apartments and five shared ownership apartments.
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. (An exception can be made in light of a physical or sensory disability.)

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme co-ordinator.

Ripon: Sunnyfield Lodge

Sunnyfield Lodge in Ripon provides 40 self-contained one- and two-bedroom apartments.

Fennell Grove
Ripon
HG4 2SZ

Website: www.hanover.org.uk
Email: north.housing.services@hanover.org.uk
Telephone: 01765 608130

Sunnyfield Lodge is situated in the city of Ripon. The scheme provides 35 self-contained, one-bedroom apartments and five, two-bedroom apartments. There are 32 apartments for rent and eight available on a shared ownership basis.

The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Hanover Housing Association
Year built 2007
Floors Three
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 35
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 5
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • activities lounge
  • assisted bathroom
  • chiropodist
  • concessionary TV licence
  • conservatory
  • cycle and scooter store
  • guest room
  • hair salon
  • laundry
  • lounge and restaurant;
  • sensory garden
  • shop
  • therapy room
Regular activities
  • afternoon teas
  • art and craft sessions
  • bingo
  • church services
  • coffee morning
  • entertainment in the main lounge
  • film shows
  • library service
  • musicians
  • quizzes
  • social activities
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Hanover Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Pets The scheme is pet-friendly.
Tenure type Affordable rent and shared ownership.
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Scarborough: Cedar Court

Cedar Court is in a residential area of Scarborough and provides 41 self-contained apartments for rent.

Pollard Gardens
Sandybed Lane
Scarborough
YO12 5LA

Website: www.hanover.org.uk
Email: north.housing.services@hanover.org.uk
Telephone: 01723 361781

Wheelchair access is available throughout and local amenities are close by. Each apartment provides a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Hanover Housing Association
Year built 2003
Floors Three
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 37
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 4
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • activities lounge
  • assisted bathroom
  • chiropodist
  • concessionary TV licence
  • cycle and scooter store
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room
  • hair salon
  • laundry
  • lounge and restaurant
  • shop
  • therapy room
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Hanover Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Regular activities
  • church services
  • coffee morning
  • entertainment in the main lounge
  • library service
  • other social activities
Pets The scheme is pet-friendly.
Tenure type Affordable rent.
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

The short stay Rowan Suite at Cedar Court may be used to give a person or their carer a break; to assist with further assessment; or to help discharge from hospital prior to moving back home. It may also be used to prevent an unnecessary admission to hospital.

Currently, all admissions must be pre-planned during office hours when the team leaders or registered manager are available. The Rowan Suite must not be used solely for accommodation and the person assessed as suitable for the suite must have an address to move on to following their stay.

The Rowan Suite is a small, fully-furnished, self-contained apartment for one person, located within Hanover’s Cedar Court extra care housing scheme. There is an on-site care and support team located within the scheme 24 hours a day, seven days a week on every day of the year. This team provide flexible care and support tailored to each person’s need.

Cedar Court provides community facilities for both residents of the scheme and those living within the wider local community. This includes a restaurant, lounge, hobbies room, treatment room and hairdressers. There is a lift to all floors, an assisted bathroom and laundry.

A leaflet explaining more about extra care will be available in the apartment.

The Rowan Suite apartment

The apartment consists of a combined living, kitchen and bedroom area as well as a bathroom with level access, walk-in shower. Along the corridor is an assisted bathroom which you are welcome to use.

You will be given a Lifeline pendant on arrival for use in an emergency. If you have been assessed as needing any other assistive technology then this will be provided.

The following furniture and equipment is provided in the Rowan Suite:

Living area

  • single bed with spare set of bedding
  • bedside lamp
  • bedside clock
  • wardrobe with drawers
  • easy chair
  • side table
  • TV with DVD player
  • CD and radio player

Bathroom

  • walk-in shower with non-slip flooring
  • toilet
  • wash hand basin
  • towels (spare towels are stored in the wardrobe)
  • toilet rolls
  • laundry bin

Kitchen

  • sink
  • fridge
  • microwave
  • kettle
  • toaster
  • cutlery and cooking utensils
  • dinner set, mugs and drinking glasses

The apartment is centrally heated. The temperature in the flat can be adjusted using the thermostatic control on the radiator in the living area.

Staying at the Rowan Suite

You will need to bring the following items with you:

  • clothing and shoes including outdoor clothing;
  • sleepwear and slippers;
  • money to pay for meals and activities;
  • your medication and any dressings you may use; and
  • toiletries such as:
    • shampoo
    • shower gel
    • shaving foam
    • toothpaste and toothbrush or denture cleaner
    • hair brush
    • deodorant
    • hair care and beauty products

You may want to bring some CDs, DVDs, magazines, books or puzzles along too.

During your stay you are respectfully asked to:

  • report any repairs, losses or damages to the estate manager or a member of the care team;
  • be respectful of other people living, and staff working within the scheme;
  • keep music and TV to a reasonable level so volume does not disturb others;
  • keep your key safe at all times. Do not allow anyone else to use your key;
  • leave the apartment as you found it. Please do not remove any items other than your own personal belongings; and
  • not make any changes or alterations to the apartment during your stay.

Please bag your rubbish and place this in the refuse room for collection. Rubbish collection day is each Tuesday. The apartment is cleaned once a week free of charge.

Security, safety and access arrangements

The main entrance into Cedar Court is at the front of the building. A fob will be issued for you to gain access to the building via the main entrance.

During your stay at the Rowan Suite you will be given a key to access the apartment and you are free to come and go as you wish. You are asked to be careful not to allow any unauthorised people into the building. There is also a door from the car park which leads onto the corridor where the Rowan Suite is located which can be accessed by using your key. This can also be used to exit the building too.

The estate manager will require access to the Rowan Suite to carry out routine health and safety checks. They hold a master key to your apartment but this will only be used in case of emergency.

The estate manager will discuss a personal evacuation plan with you for use in an emergency.

Facilities available at Cedar Court for use by guests in the Rowan Suite

The restaurant is on the upper ground floor and is run by Caterplus. It provides meals, snacks and drinks. A menu and price list is available in the restaurant. Breakfast can be purchased between 9am and 10am and lunch can be purchased between 12 noon and 2pm. The restaurant is open every day of the week. Family and friends are welcome.

The lounge is situated next to the restaurant on the upper ground floor. This is a comfortable area to sit and socialise outside of the apartment. Drinks can be made from the tea bar. Family and friends are welcome to use the lounge.

The hair salon is on the upper ground floor. Hair appointments can be booked directly with Debbie or Elaine. The salon is open weekdays on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. A price list and further details are available in the Salon.

The shop is situated next to the laundry and has a selection of general groceries including bread, milk, tea, coffee and newspapers. The opening times are Monday and Friday, 10.30am to 11.30am and Wednesday, 10.30am to 12 noon. The shop is closed on a Tuesday and Thursday.

Mobility scooter storage is by prior arrangement with the estate manager.

The laundry is on the upper ground floor along the corridor which leads to the restaurant. This is available for your use and you will need to provide your own washing powder and fabric softener.

The guest suite is on the upper ground floor. This can be booked by family or friends depending upon availability at a cost of £20 per night. Please speak to the estate manager for more details or to book the guest suite.

Organised activities take place in the lounge and you are welcome to join in along with all other residents. Activities may be free of charge or, depending on the activity, a small charge may apply.

You are welcome to use the garden and patio areas.

Support from North Yorkshire County Council

North Yorkshire County Council staff provide the care and support at Cedar Court. Their contact details are:

Rowena Mayman, registered manager
Telephone: 01609 536591
Mobile: 07811 136194
Email: rowena.mayman@northyorks.gov.uk

Tracy Theobald, team leader
Telephone: 01609 534198
Mobile: 07971 303626
Email: tracy.theobald@northyorks.gov.uk

Hazel White, team leader
Telephone: 01609 534392
Mobile: 07976 754121 / 07890 320491
Email: hazel.white@northyorks.gov.uk

Rowena’s role means that she works across the Scarborough and Ryedale area and will not be on site daily but is usually contactable. Tracy or Hazel will be on site most days, including some weekends. The care office is situated within the main entrance hall directly opposite the estate manager’s office. Care and support staff will be on site 24 hours a day so there is always a member of the care staff for you can contact. The care and support staff will be able to support you with many tasks such as personal care, assistance to access parts of the building and regaining independence.

The care team will need to complete a plan of how they are going to support you during your stay and this will be done in conjunction with you. This and other necessary records which are required to ensure that we deliver as safe a service as possible to you, will be discussed and shared with you and held in the suite.

Support from Hanover Housing Association

Cedar Court extra care scheme is owned and managed by Hanover Housing Association. Glenys Nicholson, the estate manager, acts as the focal point for the delivery of services within the scheme and has a wide range of responsibilities. Some of these include making sure repairs are carried out, the communal areas such as corridors are welcoming and cared for and ensuring the gardens are maintained to an acceptable standard. Contact details for Glenys are:

Glenys Nicholson, estate manager
Telephone: 01723 361781
Mobile: 07467 353965   
Email: glenys.nicholson@hanover.org.uk

The estate manager’s office can be found in the main entrance of the scheme and the office hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Costs

There is no charge for the accommodation. However, you will be charged for the care and support provided to you by the council care and support team. The amount you pay will be determined following a financial assessment. More details can be found on our paying for residential or nursing home care page or from our 'What you should expect to pay for care services 2018-19' leaflet available from your care assessor.

All meals, snacks and drinks purchased from the restaurant will need to be paid for. Shopping can be done on your behalf if you have been assessed as requiring this. Alternatively, you may wish to bring your own groceries with you.

Agreement 

Prior to your stay in the Rowan Suite you will be asked to sign a 'licence to occupy' which your care assessor will help you to complete. This will set out the terms and length of your stay. In unforeseen circumstances where your situation changes, it may be possible to extend your stay, and you will need to re-sign the licence with a new agreed date of vacating the apartment. However, extending your stay may not always be possible as the apartment could already be booked for someone else, and therefore you will need to find an alternative with the help of your care assessor.

Scarborough: Plaxton Court

Plaxton Court provides 53 self-contained, one- and two-bedroom apartments and 16 three-bedroom cottages.

Woodlands Drive
Woodlands Vale
Scarborough
YO12 6QT

Website: www.jrht.org.uk
Email: plaxton.court@jrf.org.uk
Telephone: 01723 340290

Plaxton Court is located two miles from Scarborough town centre in the suburb of Woodlands Vale. The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust
Year built 2008
Accommodation
(all apartments and cottages are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 17
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 36
  • Three-bedroom cottages: 16
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • arts and crafts workshop
  • assisted bathroom
  • coffee bar
  • concessionary TV licence
  • convenience store
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • hair salon
  • healthy living suite
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • laundry facilities
  • library and IT suite
  • restaurant with lounge area
Regular activities Opportunities are available to participate in a wide range of social and leisure activities within the scheme.
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust.
Pets The scheme is pet-friendly.
Tenure type Affordable rent, shared ownership and ownership.
Eligibility You will need to be 60 or over and have a care and support need. However, applications will be considered from people 55 or over who have a care and support need that could be met at the scheme. Priority is also given to people who live in or have a strong connection with Scarborough.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Care Quality Commission report

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CQC overall rating

Good

14 December 2015

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Selby: Fernbank Court

Fernbank Court provides 45 self-contained apartments available for rent or on a shared ownership basis.

Moat Way
Brayton
Selby
YO8 9RU

Website: www.hanover.org.uk
Email: north.housing.services@hanover.org.uk
Telephone: 01757 702971

Fernbank Court is located in a quiet residential area of Selby, with easily accessible local amenities. The scheme provides 45 self-contained apartments; 38 apartments are for rent and seven apartment are available on a shared ownership basis.

The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Hanover Housing Association
Year built 2008
Floors Three
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 20
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 25
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • activities lounge
  • assisted bathroom
  • chiropodist
  • concessionary TV licence
  • cycle and scooter store
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room
  • hair salon
  • hobbies lounge with television, DVD player, pool table and Wii console
  • laundry
  • lounge and restaurant;
  • shop
  • therapy room
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Hanover Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Regular activities
  • afternoon teas
  • art and craft sessions
  • church services
  • coffee mornings
  • entertainment in main lounge
  • film afternoons
  • fun afternoons
  • library service
Pets Pet friendly
Tenure type The scheme offers 38 affordable rent apartments and seven shared ownership apartments.
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Settle: Limestone View

Limestone View provides 50 self-contained apartments, including 21 one-bedroom specialist complex needs apartments.

Lower Greenfoot
Settle
BD24 9RB

Website: www.housing21.co.uk
Email: karina.lewis@housingandcare21.co.uk
Telephone: 03701 924664

The scheme has wheelchair access throughout, with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen and walk-in shower.

Scheme details

Landlord Housing and Care 21
Year built 2014
Floors Two
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 14
  • One-bedroom specialist complex needs apartments: 21
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 15
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • care shop
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest suite
  • hair and beauty salon
  • laundry room
  • lounge and seating areas
  • restaurant
  • shop
  • wellbeing and memory clinics
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Housing and Care 21.
Pets Pet friendly
Tenure type Affordable rent and shared ownership
Eligibility You will usually need to be 60 or over with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. (An exception can be made in light of physical or sensory disability.)

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Care Quality Commission report

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Housing and Care 21 - Limestone View

CQC overall rating

Good

7 January 2017

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Skipton: Woodlands

Woodlands provides 26 self-contained, two-bedroom apartments and five, one-bedroom apartments.

Woodlands Drive
Skipton
BD23 1QU

Website: www.abbeyfield.com
Email: d.mccartney@abbeyfieldthedales.co.uk
Telephone: 01756 791860

The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Abbeyfield
Year built 2013 (extended and refurbished)
Floors Two
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 5
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 26
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • assisted spa bathing
  • coffee bar
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • enclosed courtyard
  • hairdresser
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • lounge and seating area
  • lunch included in rent
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Esk Moors Caring.
Regular activities
  • afternoon tea parties
  • book club
  • clothes parties
  • coffee mornings
  • Keep Fit classes
  • poetry groups
  • quizzes
Pets Pets accepted with manager's permission.
Tenure type Affordable rent and shared ownership.
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over with a disability or assessed care or support need.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

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Stokesley: Town Close

Town Close provides 36 self-contained, one-bedroom apartments and four, two-bedroom apartments for rent.

North Road
Stokesley
TS9 5DH

Website: www.broadacres.org.uk
Email: extra-care@broadacres.org.uk
Telephone: 01642 717730

The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Broadacres Housing Association
Year built 2005
Floors Three
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 36
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 4
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • assisted bathroom
  • cafe
  • concessionary TV licence
  • day service facilities
  • dementia unit (six flats)
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest room that can be booked for family and friends
  • hair salon
  • landscaped gardens with seating areas
  • laundry room
  • library with computer and IT room
  • lounge and seating areas
  • restaurant
Regular activities
  • bingo
  • coffee mornings
  • monthly social events
  • occasional trips out and other activities on an ad hoc basis
  • reminiscence group
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Broadacres Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council.
Pets Cats and dogs are accepted (not to be replaced) with prior permission.
Tenure type Affordable rent
Eligibility You will usually need to be 60 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. An exception can be made in light of other disabilities that can be supported in the scheme. Priority is given to people who live in or have a local connection with Stokesley.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Care Quality Commission report

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Town Close

CQC overall rating

Good

16 September 2015

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Tadcaster: Popple Well Springs

Popple Well Springs provides a one-bedroom apartment and 50 two-bedroom, self-contained apartments for rent.

Leeds Road
Tadcaster
LS24 9FG

Website: www.hanover.org.uk
Email: north.housing.services@hanover.org.uk
Telephone: 01937 530933

Each apartment provides a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating. The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout.

Scheme details

Landlord Hanover Housing Association
Year built 2011
Floors Three
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 1
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 50
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • access to Tunstall telephone and broadband services
  • assisted bathing with therapy whirlpool bath
  • cafe bar serving light lunches and drinks
  • care shop
  • concessionary TV licence
  • conservatory area with pool table
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • guest suite that can be booked for family and friends
  • hair salon and shop
  • Landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • lounge and seating areas
  • restaurant serving evening meals
  • scooter storage
  • therapy suite
Regular activities
  • armchair exercises
  • Beetle drives
  • Keep Fit classes
  • painting classes
  • quiz nights
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Hanover Housing Association; care is provided by North Yorkshire County Council and private domiciliary care agencies.
Pets The scheme is pet-friendly.
Tenure type Rent 
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

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Thirsk: Meadowfields

Meadowfields in Thirsk features 52 self-contained one and two-bedroom apartments to rent or purchase.

Chapel Street
Thirsk
YO7 1TH

Website: www.housing21.co.uk
Email: holly.heslop@housingandcare21.co.uk
Telephone: 03701 924004

The building provides 52 self-contained one and two-bedroom apartments for rent, shared ownership and outright sale. The scheme has wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Housing and Care 21
Year built 2014
Floors Three
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)

52 one- and two-bedroom apartments

Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • laundry room
  • lounge and seating areas
Regular activities
  • afternoon teas
  • coffee morning
  • day service facilities
  • entertainment and buffet
  • film shows
  • games afternoons
  • trips out in the summertime
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Housing and Care 21.
Pets Pet friendly
Tenure type Affordable rent, shared ownership and outright sale
Eligibility You will usually need to be 60 or over with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. (An exception can be made in light of physical or sensory disability.)

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Care Quality Commission report

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Housing and Care 21 - Meadowfields

CQC overall rating

Good

7 January 2017

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Thirsk (Sowerby): Orchid House

Orchid House provides 53 two-bedroom apartments, 26 two-bedroom bungalows and 11 one-bedroom apartments.

Acacia Drive
Sowerby
Thirsk
YO7 3QA

Website: www.thirteengroup.co.uk
Email: extracare@thirteengroup.co.uk
Telephone: 01845 523581

Orchid House is situated in Sowerby, in close proximity to the market town of Thirsk. The scheme provides 64 self-contained apartments and 26 self-contained bungalows for rent, shared ownership and outright sale.

The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment and bungalow, providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk-in shower and underfloor heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Thirteen Group
Year built 2016
Floors Three
Number of lifts Two
Accommodation
(all are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 11
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 53
  • Two-bedroom bungalows: 26
Accessibility All apartments and bungalows are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services are available on site with emergency response alarm in each apartment or bungalow linked to onsite team
  • assisted bathing
  • bistro
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every accommodation
  • garden room
  • main lounge
  • quiet lounge
  • scooter store
Regular activities Opportunities are available to participate in a wide range of activities within the scheme.
Service providers Housing and support are provided by Thirteen Group; care is provided by Comfort Call.
Pets The scheme is pet-friendly.
Tenure type Affordable rent, shared ownership and outright sale
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over and with a housing or care need to be eligible for this scheme. An exception can be made in light of physical or sensory disability. 

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

Whitby (Castleton): Esk Moors Lodge

Esk Moors Lodge, located in the rural village of Castleton, provides 12 apartments for rent.

Bradbury Centre
Langburn Bank
Castleton
Whitby
YO21 2ED

Website: www.abbeyfield.com
Email: b.venant@abbeyfield.com
Telephone: 01287 669446

The scheme includes wheelchair access throughout with each apartment providing a high standard of accommodation that includes a fitted kitchen, walk in shower and full central heating.

Scheme details

Landlord Abbeyfield
Year built 2008
Floors Three
Number of lifts One
Accommodation
(all apartments are self-contained)
  • One-bedroom apartments: 6
  • Two-bedroom apartments: 6
Accessibility All apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Services, facilities and amenities
  • 24-hour care and support services available on site if you need them
  • 24-hour emergency response alarm to every apartment
  • community centre (the Bradbury Centre)
  • concessionary TV licence
  • door entry and intercom system to every apartment
  • landscaped gardens and seating areas
  • lounge and dining area
  • restaurant facilities
  • well-equipped laundry room
Service providers Housing, care and support are provided by Esk Moors Caring.
Regular activities Bradbury Centre is a social and community hub within Esk Moors Lodge offering a wide range of programmed activities and events that are available to both residents and the wider community.
Pets Cats and dogs are accepted.
Tenure type Affordable rent
Eligibility You will usually need to be 55 or over with a housing or care need, and live in or have a local connection to the Upper Esk Valley area.

More information and how to apply

For more information about the scheme, to arrange a viewing or to find out if you are eligible and to apply, please contact the scheme manager.

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