Ernie Booker and Jack Mays from Brotton had their gardens tidied and access to their homes improved by the team from regeneration specialist Galliford Try Partnerships North - the construction company working with Coast & Country to build the Cliffs.
We have officially opened The Dunes in Redcar, the second Redcare Extra Care supported housing development.
Coast & Country has announced the third development in its successful Redcare programme, The Cliffs in Brotton.
Coast & Country has celebrated a successful first year at The Shore in Ormesby with 12 individuals with learning disabilities benefitting from the high quality apartments and on-site support.
Coast & Country has involved pupils from Sacred Heart Secondary School in Redcar in a competition to name two of the rooms at its new Extra Care supported housing development, The Dunes.
Sir Edward Lister, Chairman of the Homes and Communities Agency, visited Coast & Country’s Redcare project, The Dunes.
Coast & Country is backing a national campaign appealing to the government to provide more funding for supported housing.
Supported housing helped Naomi’s confidence to flourish. This is Naomi’s story (as published on the Starts at Home website:
Members of Coast & Country’s tenant panel and residents’ scrutiny group have visited a specialist housing project as part of the organisation’s proactive approach to tenant involvement.
A key milestone in the development of Coast & Country's second Redcare project, The Dunes, has taken place.
In the face of austerity, devastating setbacks for the area and a dramatic increase in unemployment after the closure of SSI steelworks, Coast & Country is fighting back. We're still building, still supporting communities and most importantly, continuing to work to improve the lives of the people living and working in Teesside.
The Shore is the first supported housing development for the Redcare scheme. Partnering Coast & Country in the Redcare venture are Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council and developer Galliford Try Partnerships North - supported with a grant from the Homes and Communities Agency and care packages provided by Sanctuary Supported Living (SSL).
This year saw the completion of Coast & Country’s first extra care facility in Ormesby; a supported housing development for adults with learning disabilities.
Sanctuary Supported Living (SSL) will be delivering its services to a new supported housing development for people with learning disabilities in Redcar and Cleveland.
Work has begun in Ormesby on a small, purpose built housing project for people with learning disabilities.
The future development of bespoke extra care housing for older and vulnerable people is a vital provision that will help contribute to the improved health and wellbeing of generations to come.
We recently teamed up with developer Galliford Try and Redcar & Cleveland Council to educate youngsters at Overfields Primary School in Ormesby about the dangers of building sites.