Brooke Mead Extra Care Housing scheme
A new Extra Care Housing scheme in Brighton & Hove
The first residents are now moving in to our new Brooke Mead Extra Care housing scheme in Albion Street Brighton.
This scheme is designed mainly for tenants with low to moderate dementia, to encourage independent living for as long as possible.
With self-contained flats, some with full wheelchair access, carers based on site, a court yard garden and community café, Brooke Mead is an ideal home for older residents who need that extra help to carry on living independently.
People who think the flats may be suitable for them or a relative can visit the Brooke Mead scheme by appointment. The scheme manager will be available to answer any questions and offer a tour of the building and its facilities. The flats include wheelchair accessible properties.
All applications will be subject to the council’s Allocations Policy and approval by the council’s adult social care team to ensure the scheme meets the needs of the resident. While priority will be given to council tenants and eligible applicants on the housing register, people living in private accommodation in Brighton & Hove can also apply.
For more information, please contact Housing Customer Services by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01273 293030.
- You can also view or download our Brooke Mead extra care housing scheme information sheet (PDF 393KB)
All applicants need be registered on Brighton & Hove’s choice based lettings system and applications will have to be approved by Brighton & Hove Adult Social Care.
You can apply by completing our online housing application form. If you need any with you application, please call 01273 294400 and select option 1.