£7m of supported housing developments in Manchester set for completion
Regeneration and energy specialist ENGIE has announced the completion of three developments across Manchester, that will help support people with learning disabilities live more independently.
Working with partners Great Places Housing Group, Mosscare St Vincent, Manchester City Council and Homes England, ENGIE has led the design and construction of the three two-storey schemes, known as; Northfield Road in New Moston (£2.7m); Dalbeattie Street in Harpurhey (£1.6m) and Constable Street in Gorton (£2.8m).
With a total value of £7m, the three separate projects have created over 60 one-bed, self-contained apartments, along with communal areas, sensory rooms, sensory gardens and a seven day-a-week on-site support team. The high-quality developments are also fully wheelchair accessible and the accommodation can be easily adapted to meet a wide range of needs that may change over time.
Steve Gregory, Head of New Build at ENGIE, said: “It’s been a privilege for ENGIE to deliver three assisted living projects across Manchester, with all stakeholders working collaboratively to provide these much-needed facilities within the region. These types of projects are exciting for all involved as they are designed and built with the end-user being at the forefront of all considerations
“We were pleased to bring our construction and regeneration expertise to these developments and help deliver modern solutions to support access to safe and modern accommodation, for those in need. The flexibility of the building’s infrastructure means the facilities are futureproofed for both our clients and their residents.”