Supported living accommodation plans submitted in Leamington Spa
Plans have been submitted for the building of a block of supported living apartments for adults with physical and learning disabilities in Leamington.
HB Villages Developments Ltd have made the application which will include a two-storey residential building of 16 self-contained one bedroom supported living apartments, reports The Leamington Courier.
A covering letter for the application states: “The scheme will provide high quality specialised accommodation for vulnerable adults with physical and learning disabilities, to be managed and operated by Inclusion Housing and Lifeways. The application submission is supported by a range of documents, which collectively demonstrate that the site is a suitable and sustainable location for residential development, and that the proposal is consistent with the development plan and the National Planning Policy Framework.”
Cllr Alan Cockburn has said “that HB Villages’ plan would meet an identified need and will benefit vulnerable residents by providing appropriate care accommodation.”
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