John Quinn Court

Retirement housing
Liddington Street, New Basford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 7GT
Liddington Street, New Basford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 7GT

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Managed by
Housing 21
Supporting independence and choice for older people through affordable housing and care.

Housing 21 is a leading national provider of retirement housing and care services for people aged 55 and above.

Manager's Description

"John Quinn Court is very active with a range of social activities for residents to enjoy including regular bingo sessions, breakfast and lunch clubs, social clubs, entertainment nights, live music, ga..." Show more "John Quinn Court is very active with a range of social activities for residents to enjoy including regular bingo sessions, breakfast and lunch clubs, social clubs, entertainment nights, live music, garden parties and days out. The court doesn’t have an official social committee but residents get together and discuss the activities they would like to see at the court.

Our Court Manager Service is an important and integral part of Housing & Care 21’s approach to supporting our residents. It is designed to offer support and security to the court and those residents on court who need it. The service is about promoting and encouraging individuals to maintain their independence in their own home.

Our Managers are also responsible for the day to day running of the court including looking after the Health & Safety, property management and resident engagement." Show less

Main Facts

Retirement housing
41 flats. Built in 1981 and renovated in 2016. Sizes studio, 1 bedroom. Includes mobility and wheelchair standard properties.
Resident management staff and Careline alarm service
Lounge, Laundry, Guest facilities, Garden, Conservatory
Access to site easy. Distances: bus stop 250 yards; shop 250 yards; post office 500 yards; town centre 2.3 mile(s); GP 250 yards; social centre 250 yards.
Regular Social Activities include: coffee mornings, bingo, social evenings, organised by residents' social club. New residents accepted from 60 years of age. Both cats & dogs generally accepted, but not to be replaced.
Tenure(s): Rent (social landlord)

Info updated: 02/04/2009   Update info

Availability

Check with Housing 21 - none notified to EAC - Advertise vacancies / sales.

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

"It's people about my own age. It's peaceful here and we all get on as a family. We help each other out if things need doing. Always someone to talk to..." Show more
"It's people about my own age. It's peaceful here and we all get on as a family. We help each other out if things need doing. Always someone to talk to if you need a chat." Show less

Made by a resident in 2017

"Because it is pleasant to live here. Our warden always tries to help where she can."
Made by a resident in 2017

"Friendly, helpful, well organised."
Made by a resident in 2017
Managed by
Housing 21
Supporting independence and choice for older people through affordable housing and care.

Housing 21 is a leading national provider of retirement housing and care services for people aged 55 and above.

Memberships
ERoSH: The organisation that manages this scheme is a member of ERoSH, the national consortium for sheltered and retirement housing.
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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