We have a range of sheltered housing which is available to rent when a vacancy occurs.
Applications should be made through our normal housing application procedure. For further details visit Applying for a council home.
Sheltered housing is a purpose built complex that allows older people (aged 60+) to live independently in their own flat in a safe and secure trouble free environment. We have 5 sheltered housing schemes in Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth. Housing Support & Lifeline staff are available to support the tenants living at the scheme. All homes are fitted with a Lifeline alarm to connect you to our control centre when staff are not on the scheme. Each scheme has a range of communal facilities for you to use, such as libraries, laundries, gardens and common rooms and kitchens for social activities.
We also have a number of sheltered schemes comprising of groups of flats or bungalows with a communal activity room. In addition to the Lifeline alarm in each home we have a team of Housing Support & Lifeline Officers to make daily visits if required and provide general support to the residents.
If you would like more information about sheltered housing please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01926 339577.
Other older persons housing - Lifeline service
In addition to our sheltered housing we have other flats and bungalows spread across the district that are reserved for older people (aged 55+). Benefiting from a Lifeline alarm in each home, these provide a ready-made community of tenants of a similar age. For more information visit Lifeline Service.