Hampshire County Council is looking to stimulate the development of alternative accommodation and care services for the older person population of Hampshire which will allow people to remain active, independent members of the community for as long as they are able.
The establishment of Extra Care schemes, accessible to older people across the whole of the county is a key aspect of our commitment of maintaining vibrant local neighbourhoods. In some locations we anticipate that the Extra Care scheme will become the hub of the community, providing a focus for activity for reaching out beyond those who will live within it.
To meet the growing levels of demand Hampshire County Council has approved a strategy which makes available £45 million of capital funding to support this multi million pound programme.
To deliver the strategic aim of having Extra Care as a viable choice for older people by 2019, Hampshire County Council has agreed to establish a capital fund to facilitate the development of the ‘social housing’ element of these schemes.
Including the prospectus, a draft agreement, an application form and suitability analysis tool
The Oak Park development
Including principles of development and design guides
To help support the delivery of Extra Care across Hampshire should be in operation from September 2013
Find out about the Project Extra Care programme
Elderly Accommodation Council (EAC) helping people make informed choices about meeting their housing and care needs
Housing Care - specialist directories and information on nursing homes, residential care homes, sheltered housing, extra care housing and retirement villages
Housing LIN - connecting people and promoting innovative new ideas that enhance the housing choices of older people