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Contract Notice: Brick and Block Works Package - Care Home and Extra Care Housing - Lumphinnans
A groundbreaking ceremony has taken place in Alnwick for Weavers' Court, a new Extra Care housing scheme that will see the construction of 58 one and two bedroom apartments, with 30 available to buy through older persons shared ownership and the remainder available to rent from social landlord Isos Housing.
Sandy Mount in Crosland Moor has been built to provide extra care housing for people who need some form of support but wish to live as independently as they can.
MOVES to boost the number of extra care housing schemes in a Teesside borough have been agreed.
Stratford District Council is due to consider the application to develop land north of Campden Road, to build a supermarket, as well as an extra care housing scheme and 54 homes.
SO THE site of the former Theatre Royal in Barry is being turned into an extra care housing complex ("Care complex begins to take shape", Echo, November 30).
5m extra care housing complex were put on hold last December after councillors heard the previous consultation process was "flawed".
Within the context of theories of community, aging, the built environment, and social interaction, Evans provides an overview of how the housing with care sector has developed in the UK and internationally, the characteristics of extra care housing and retirement villages, the importance of community for older people's quality of life, and the impact of factors such as social networks, inclusive activities, diversity, and the built environment.