48 new affordable lifelong homes are delivered

11th November 2014

We are delighted to announce that 48 new lifelong homes at Langtry Gardens have been completed. They were officially named "Andium Court" at a ceremony on 28th October.

Michael Jones, Chairman of the Andium Homes Board, said "Andium Court is the first development to be completed under the banner of Andium Homes.  The buildings provide 48 new apartments for people over the age of 55. They have been designed to Lifelong Home standards allowing occupants to remain in their homes even if a significant health or life event should befall them. Situated amongst other purpose built bungalows in the parish of St Saviour, these apartments help to contribute to a welcoming and caring retirement community."

This project includes 8 ground floor apartments which have been let to the Health & Social Services Department, to provide homes which offer an enhanced quality of life for people with special needs, enabling them to live in the community rather than a group home environment.

Chris Dunne, Director of Adult Services for Health & Social Services, said "This is a wonderful opportunity that is the fruit of a lot of hard work between Andium Homes, Social Security, Jersey Property Holdings and our own Community & Social Services Adult Service."

Prospective new tenants have viewed the apartments and are now moving in.

Andium Homes Chairman Michael Jones with one of the new residents Bernard Forbes at the naming ceremony on the 28th October 2014.

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