Care village starts phase two


Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Phase two construction of a £31 million care village development for vulnerable older people in Southall, west London has been given the green light by Ealing Council with work scheduled to start in July. Sunningdale Court, part of the Golf Links Estate on Flemming Road, was first earmarked for redevelopment in 2002 through a partnership agreement between ASRA Greater London Housing Association, Notting Hill Housing Group (NHHG), the Housing Corporation and Ealing Council. With phase one now close to completion, the four stage project will create 123 new homes overall – sheltered and extra care units – for older people. Following transfer of the land to ASRA and NHHG, agreement with the council is further facilitating £3 million of environmental improvements elsewhere on the estate. ASRA’s head of development Richard D’Cruz said the scheme was the first of its kind in the area and was a creative alternative to traditional housing options for older people. “Sunningdale Court will provide high level





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