Fantastic progress is being made on-site at a new Supported Living scheme being developed in Worcestershire.
Bishop’s Place just outside Droitwich will be home to twelve people with profound and multiple learning disabilities. It is a bespoke design and built to a very high specification to ensure that it’s tenants, all of whom have a high level of disability, can be supported to live safe, independent lives, with a 24/7 staff team based on-site.
Paula Hoggarth, Director of Operations (pictured) said: “The buildings are looking great and we’re really looking forward to supporting a new group of clients to live independently. The scheme will offer a safe and comfortable base for our clients, who with our support, will be able to live the lives they choose as part of their local community.”
Bishop’s Place is the second bespoke scheme to be developed as a result of a new partnership with Specialised Supported Housing (SSH), an experienced developer of high specification social housing; and Inclusion Housing, a national Registered Provider of social housing.
A key part of developing Radis’ Supported Living Services in the future will be its partnerships with developers and landlords to find sites, where housing to meet the needs of people with disabilities, can be built or refurbished.