sheltered housing


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sheltered housing

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(Social Welfare) accommodation designed esp for the elderly or infirm consisting of a group of individual premises, often with some shared facilities and a caretaker. Also called: sheltered accommodation or sheltered homes
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A sheltered housing complex was evacuated yesterday amid fears of a chemical spillage.
Tenders are invited for sheltered housing schemes in mendip -- support services
And that is just what the residents of a sheltered housing complex in Paisley have done by taking part in art classes.
A CARDIFF City Council Labour ruling group Cabinet member has announced shocking plans to demolish sheltered housing for old people and a well-used social club.
TWO homes and a sheltered housing site are being demolished to make way for flats for older residents.
In a statement, the borough council said that they have drawn up a raft of proposals following a consultation into changing what is known as the sheltered housing service.
SHELTERED housing chiefs are facing questions over resident safety after a deaf couple were savagely attacked in their own home.
LAND at the back of sheltered housing in Dinas Powys has been transformed into a community garden.
TENANTS at a sheltered housing scheme will be asked for their views on plans to introduce younger people into the development.
com)-- As housing providers and commissioners adapt to a changing funding landscape, new roles and responsibilities under the Care Act and an increasingly ageing population, this well-timed event will showcase new approaches and nationally recognised examples of excellence in sheltered housing.
A SHELTERED housing project - North Tyneside Living - has earned a place in a national final for construction excellence.
Sheltered housing has been systematically run down by the Labour-run council.