“Love my home and the staff.”Anon, Tenant Satisfaction Survey 2017
“It’s good. I get to go out on my own. PM 12T”PM, Tenant, Tonbridge Road
“I like being close to town.”ML, Tenant, Tonbridge Road
“I like my own space.”PN, Tenant, London Road
“Very quiet, nice area. Get on with my neighbour.”RM, Tenant, Buckland Road
“I like having my own independence.”SC, Tenant, London Road
“I like living here. I get on with the other tenants very well.”SW, Tenant, Buckland Road
“Friendly people. Nothing to dislike.”Anon, Tenant Satisfaction Survey 2017
“For me, I really like my home a lot as it’s safe and warm and I also love my flatmates a lot because I love hanging out and chilling with them.”Anon, Tenant Satisfaction Survey 2017
“Staff are excellent.”Anon, Tenant Satisfaction Survey 2017
“The neighbours are nice and a quiet area.”HC, Tenant, Buckland Road
“I like the neighbourhood as it’s near my family.”CF, Tenant, Tonbridge Road
“Many thanks for inviting us today – very impressed and so was Mark (Dance, KCC Cabinet Member) with the project. Hope all the residents enjoy!...”Steve Grimshaw, Programme Manager, No Use Empty, Kent County Council
Consisting of seven double bedrooms, all with en suite facilities and video entry phone system, this detached Victorian property offers an open, social environment to tenants and visitors. There is an inviting entrance hall leading into the social lounge/TV area and plenty of other shared facilities and group areas. The property is an easy 10 minute walk from the town centre and ample off-road parking is available to residents and visitors.
Terrace Road is a fun and lively house that provides supported living accommodation for adults with learning disabilities over the age of 18. The experienced team of staff work alongside outside professionals to agree funding and tailor support packages to individual needs.
The Victorian built detached house offers seven bedrooms all with ensuite shower rooms. The house also includes a shared kitchen, lounge, and laundry facilities.
Support packages can include anything from tenancy related matters, budgeting, social inclusion, accessing the wider community, cooking and even attending nightclubs or festivals.