Stuart Pawsey Court
Stuart Pawsey Court was built in 1988 and is situated in the picturesque town of Wivenhoe. The scheme is made up of a range of flats and bungalows built around a central courtyard. The modern two-storey building contains 7 one-bedroom flats and 6 two-bedroom flats. There are 4 one-bedroom and 2 two-bedroom bungalows, one of which has been adapted for wheelchair users. Wivenhoe is well served by public transport with regular train and bus services to Clacton and Colchester town centre. The town has a lot to offer including a range of shops, a picturesque quay and woods nearby. If you take an active interest in community affairs Wivenhoe has its own Mayor and Town Council.
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A door entry system is fitted at Stuart Pawsey Court. This security feature enables you to identify any visitors before you allow them into the building. You can relax in your home knowing it is safe.
A large car park offers convenient parking for tenants and their visitors. You can enjoy social and recreational activities in the spacious lounge, which has its own kitchen. Seating is provided in the landscaped garden.
The lounge is wheelchair accessible and older residents of Wivenhoe are welcome to join in with any social activities that take place there.
A 24-hour alarm call system is fitted to all the properties in the scheme. This links you to the Scheme Manager or Helpline when the Scheme Manager is off duty. The alarm call system offers you the reassurance that help is always available if you need it.
As part of their professional service the Scheme Manager will arrange a programme of social events and outings in consultation with tenants. Whilst this is an opportunity to socialise and make new friends there is no pressure on you to take part in any of these activities.
Rent and Service Charges
The rent will vary depending upon the size of property you are offered. The total weekly rent at Stuart Pawsey Court includes a service charge element as well as charges for gas, electricity, water rates, the services of the Scheme Manager and Helpline. You will be individually responsible for your council tax, house insurance and telephone bill.
If you are on a low income you may be entitled to help with your housing costs from Housing Benefit and a Supporting People Grant. You may also be entitled to other welfare benefits. For further information, please contact the Sheltered Housing Team on 01206 282508 or The Scheme Manager on 01206 825846 and quote reference “SHD1”