Leading members of Warwickshire County Council and Warwick District Council, along with a number of other partners, celebrated the start of building work on a new specialist supported housing development being built in Leamington Spa.
The opening ceremony on 4 November 2016 was officially opened by Councillor Jose Compton, Portfolio Holder for Adult Social Care at Warwickshire County Council. Councillor Compton was also joined by a number of other leading council members including Councillor Bill Hunt, Deputy Chief Executive of Warwick District Council, and Councillor Jane Knight, Chairman of Warwick District Council.
Bath Place, Leamington Spa is a £2 million development of 16 apartments which are the result of a partnership between Lifeways and Inclusion Housing.
Jemima Taylor, Group Development Director of Lifeways, adds: “As a company, we’re committed to providing the latest in specialist supported housing for adults with learning and physical disabilities. Bath Place is a prime example of what we can offer, delivering on all fronts, from architecture that blends into the local environment through to the finishing touches inside. Tenants will be able to live as independently as possible in their own home but with the added benefit of support staff being available on site.”
For further information on availability contact the Project Manager, Claire.Batsford@Lifeways.co.uk or call 01257246444.