Published: 25th Aug 2020

Vistry Partnerships has finished the development of Queen Elizabeth II Court in Fenton and has handed over the 57 extra care apartments to Stoke-on-Trent City Council. Each of the modern apartments is designed with the city’s elderly residents in mind, and the retirement scheme features communal areas including – a communal dining room, residents lounge, multi-activity room, meeting room. The centre also has electronic charging points for mobility scooters, and a dedicated management team will be available during the working week. The QEII scheme is one of the first new-build projects to be delivered under the council’s ‘Age-Friendly Homes’ programme; an initiative aiming to improve housing in the city by replacing some existing housing with high quality, fit for purpose homes. ‘The QEII project is a great scheme for the area, providing much-needed, high-quality housing for the city’s older residents,’ said Vistry Partnerships’ managing director for the North West, Ian … (To read the full article, subscribe below)