We are currently building new homes across the country to meet the NHS Transforming Care programme.
People needing support, and their families, often struggle to get the right advice on housing and support, it can be very complicated. Our housing team can provide some sign posting advice to help you to find individual housing solutions.
We are currently focusing our building development to meet the NHS Transforming Care programme. This aims to help people with the highest support needs to live in the community, with the right support, and close to home. You can read more about our latest developments, called Holly Lodge and Mayman Lane below.
Our second transforming care development is underway.
We’ve been awarded a NHS Transforming Care grant of £1.8 million to build Mayman Lane in Batley, Yorkshire, a scheme for six adults with very complex challenging behaviours.Read more
Safe accommodation for children in Kent. The Nest in Ashford, Kent.
We worked in partnership with Kent County Council to develop The Nest as part of the NHS Transforming Care programme.Read more
It’s a robust homely building using design and technology to help manage behaviours that challenge. Holly Lodge, Hildenborough Kent
Holly Lodge was built in 2013 and provides a stepping stone into the community for people with very complex challenging behaviours.Read more
We converted a grade II listed building into 10 self-contained flats for people leaving a secure unit in hospital. St Andrews
St Andrews supports people to prepare for living in the community again, after leaving forensic wards, rehabilitation, the Prison service and the Trevor Gibbens Unit.Read more