St Clements Court

Retirement housing
54-58 Crooked Mile, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 1QB
54-58 Crooked Mile, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 1QB

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Managed by
Anchor Hanover
We believe that later life is for living

Anchor Hanover is the largest provider of specialist and care for people in later life in England. We manage over 54,000 homes across 1,700 locations. We're proudly not-for-profit, which means every penny we make is reinvested into maintaining our properties, improving our services and building more homes for people in later life.

Manager's Description

"At St Clements Court sheltered housing scheme in Waltham Abbey, we offer purpose-built properties for rent for people over the age of 55. You can enjoy your retirement and get the best out of life in..." Show more "At St Clements Court sheltered housing scheme in Waltham Abbey, we offer purpose-built properties for rent for people over the age of 55. You can enjoy your retirement and get the best out of life in comfortable surroundings with the benefit of having a scheme manager and a 24-hour alarm service if ever you have an emergency. You will not need to worry about maintenance and repairs as we take care of those. We provide a wide range of facilities, including a communal lounge, a garden or outside seating area, an on-site laundry, parking bays and, in many schemes, a guest room for visitors. Sometimes you may want to be on your own and other times you may want to be sociable. Our properties give you that freedom and our scheme manager can help arrange social activities where you can meet other like-minded people. We know pets are important to some people and we have a policy which welcomes small pets. If you want to know more, please get in touch." Show less

Main Facts

Retirement housing
38 flats. Built in 1975. Sizes studio, 1 bedroom.
Resident management staff and Careline alarm service
Lift, Lounge, Laundry, Guest facilities, Garden, Hobby room, Activities room, Assisted bathing facility
Access to site easy.
Weekly social activities include: musical evenings, card afternoons, coffee mornings, fidh and chip lunches, organised by residents and warden. New residents accepted from 55 years of age. Both cats & dogs generally accepted (subject to conditions).
Tenure(s): Rent (social landlord)

Info updated: 15/05/2021   Update info

Availability

Many council and housing association lettings in this council area are made through a 'Choice Based Lettings' system called Home Option. Find out how to register and then bid for properties at: https://www.homeoption.org/register.aspx

Residents' views

Not available - The residents have not taken part in the EAC National Housing for Older People Awards, or used the EAC Residents Consultation Service (RCS).

Comments made in nominations for the EAC National Housing for Older People Awards

"Like all places where there are quite a few people living in close proximity customers fall out from time to time but if anyone is poorly or feels dow..." Show more
"Like all places where there are quite a few people living in close proximity customers fall out from time to time but if anyone is poorly or feels down there is always somebody around to do some emergency shopping, walk the dog etc. " Show less

Made by a staff member in 2019

"I love the situation, just 5 minutes away from open countryside and the abbey gardens, 10 minutes into the town centre, on a bus route and I can hear ..." Show more
"I love the situation, just 5 minutes away from open countryside and the abbey gardens, 10 minutes into the town centre, on a bus route and I can hear the bells of the abbey practising on Wednesday evenings. " Show less

Made by a resident in 2019

"It is a safe warm and affordable place to stay. The neighbours care about each other and will enquire if a person has not been seen around."
Made by a staff member in 2017
Managed by
Anchor Hanover
We believe that later life is for living

Anchor Hanover is the largest provider of specialist and care for people in later life in England. We manage over 54,000 homes across 1,700 locations. We're proudly not-for-profit, which means every penny we make is reinvested into maintaining our properties, improving our services and building more homes for people in later life.

Memberships
National Care Forum: The organisation that runs this care home is a member of the National Care Forum, whose mission is to promote the benefits of the not-for-profit model of care services provision.
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