Retirement Community, Jazz Court is thoughtfully designed with the needs of older people in mind enabling independent living with access to care and support as needed.
There are 60 units comprising spacious one and two-bed apartments as well as communal facilities and attractive gardens. The restaurant is open to the public seven days a week – allowing residents to enjoy meals with family and friends and play an active role in the local community. Other facilities include: communal lounge, activities room, fitness room, well-stocked library, and a computer suite. There is a guest suite for visitors wishing to stay overnight too. Gardens are landscaped with easy walkways, plentiful seating, raised beds and a garden shed for those who want to actively garden or potter.
We worked closely with Sanctuary Supported Living to create a design that would provide independence and peace of mind for residents alongside shared facilities to help build a thriving community.
A Silver Award winner at Elderly Accommodation Counsel’s Housing for Older People Awards 2019
Jazz Court is part of a large masterplan at Middle Deepdale that has been developed in partnership with Keepmoat, Kebbell Homes, North Yorkshire County Council, Scarborough Borough Council, Groundwork North Yorkshire and P+HS Architects.
£1.5m from the HCA
County Councillor Clare Wood, North Yorkshire’s Executive Member for Health and Adult Services added: “Extra Care is proving a highly successful solution to supporting the needs of older people while enabling them to live in a home of their own. “It allows people to maintain independence within their own communities secure in the knowledge that round-the-clock care and support is available according to need, coupled with facilities such as a restaurant, hairdressers’ salon, hobbies rooms, library facilities and other resources.”