Published: 3rd Oct 2019

Attached picture shows (left to right): Susanne Horsley, service manager, Mayor of Pendle, Councillor Ken Hartley, Paula Spence, performance & quality manager, Making Space and Gemma Shepherd, director of development, Making Space Adult health and social care charity, Making Space, is developing a £1.5m supported housing scheme in Lancashire.  The Bright Street development will see ten purpose-built bungalows erected in Colne. The one-bedroom dwellings will be constructed alongside the flagship supported housing scheme, Limes Place, which Making Space launched in April this year. The £1.6m developed, on neighbouring Argyle Street, provides 11 quality apartments with a communal area and landscaped gardens. Experienced staff from Limes Place will provide 24-hour background support to tenants of the new bungalows. Tenancy will be offered to single people and couples who have assessed care needs, including people with learning disabilities, mental health conditions or physical disabilities as well as older … (To read the full article, subscribe below)