Edwards Court Extra Care housing scheme
Edwards Court Extra Care housing scheme in Exeter is a new development consisting of 53 apartments (43 x 1beds and 10 x 2beds) available at an affordable rent.
Each apartment has:
- its own front door
- one or two bedrooms
- fully-equipped kitchen
- a shower room with level access shower, washbasin and toilet
The scheme has been built to the Passivhaus energy performance standard and Building Biology principles.
The scheme will be managed by Exeter City Council’s Housing department. Radis Group have been successful in tendering for the 24 hour care service for this scheme.
As well as the apartments, the scheme also has:
- a restaurant
- multi-purpose hobby space
- treatment room
- assisted bathroom
- scooter and cycle store
Who can apply?
To be eligible to apply for a flat within Edwards Court, you must:
- Be aged 55 years or older.
- Have an eligible care and support need as defined by the Care Act 2014, and as assessed by Devon County Council adult social care.
- Live within Exeter, or have an established local connection to the City Council area (applicants from the wider Devon County Council area will be considered, but preference will be given to Exeter residents)
- Be living in accommodation that is currently unsuitable for them, leading to increased risks to their health and wellbeing
- Not have over £265,000 in equity or savings
Allocations will be considered and approved by a panel represented by ourselves, Devon County Council and the care service provider. As an affordable housing scheme, priority will be given to eligible applicants who meet the above criteria with preference given to Exeter residents.
How to apply?
If you think you meet the criteria to be considered for a flat within Edwards Court, then please use our Contact Us form to send us the following details about you:
- Contact Number
- Email Address
- Your date of birth
- Whether you currently receive any personal care
- Whether you have had an assessment of your need from care by Devon County Council Adult Social Care
This information will be passed on once the allocations process commences. We currently estimate the scheme will be ready for occupation from September 2022.