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The Mayor’s Care and Support Specialised Housing Fund Lewisham Housing LIN 5 th December 2013
Background to the bid A changing and ageing population Outdated accommodation Opportunities through increased borrowing and review of all sites for new build Focus on prevention across Health and Social Care Recap on Housing Vision/Priorities
• Below average numbers of older people as a percentage of its total population: 9 % -26, 219 (2011) Census • Population projection show these figures remaining stable until 2021, then increasing to 39, 000 by 2031, still around 10% of total population. • Big change in older BME population which was 14% in 2001 and is projected to rise to around 28% by 2015 A changing population
• The vast majority of older people currently live in General Needs housing over 90% • National studies tend to show that this is what most older people want • Virtually all the “specialist” older persons housing in Lewisham is within the Social Housing Sector Where do older people in Lewisham live?
Households (over 55) Independent living 31, 998 General needs over 55 s 1700 Sheltered 1138 Social rent/183 lease Extra care housing 135 Residential People in placements 307 Nursing and hospice 362 Social Rent A continuum of accommodation A Continuum of accommodation for Older People
Our vision for older people’s housing Our vision is that there will be a range of housing options for older people in Lewisham whether they are: active and pre-retirement; retired, independent and active; more frail and in need of support. We want to help people to maintain their independence for as long as possible and we want people’s homes to be: • suitable for their changing needs • attractive, spacious and well located • safe and secure • affordable • warm in the winter, comfortable in the summer • helping to maintain and improve people’s health and wellbeing This vision has been developed with Adult Social Care and Health and underpins the Care and Health objectives for maintaining independence and supporting health and wellbeing. Developing a strategy
Developing an Older People’s Housing Strategy Transport Care & Support Housing choice All tenures Community facilities Good advice Health services Older people’s housing Aids & adaptations Safety Major adaptations Finance Telecare Integration Enablement Key outcomes which mirror the Health and Wellbeing objectives: • Improved independence • Reduction in numbers and duration of hospital admissions • Help to stay at home for longer • Reduced social isolation • Improved Health and Wellbeing • Linking people with neighbourhood and community resources • Providing Care and Support as and when needed • Further developed intermediate support when people are discharged from hospital
Insert health triangle Getting Buy in from Housing, Social Care Health Lewisham’s integrated delivery model
New model for extra care Our new build extra care will be: • Spacious - at least 50 m 2 for a 1 -bed unit • Wheelchair accessible – 10% to an enhanced standard • “Care ready” – including assistive technology • Community focused • Mixed dependency • Helps deliver change for existing poor sheltered Accomodation
The Mayor’s Care and Support Specialised Housing Fund Successful funding bid for £ 2. 4 million towards a 51 unit extra care scheme at Campshill rd, Lewisham Park. Breakdown: 46 1 bed for affordable rent, 5 2 -beds for shared ownership. SOS March 2015, PC September 2016. Also £ 2. 6 million funding to Phoenix Community Housing Association for a 60 unit extra care scheme through the Building the Pipeline Fund. PC March 2017.
Location, location! Campshill rd, Lewisham Park
Campshill rd, Lewisham Park
Balancing needs of existing residents… Not keen on play area! Would enhanced landscaping mean more people walking through? Campshill rd, Lewisham Park Will the community facilities mean more noise? Will there be enough parking?
With future needs of social care… Gardening for health and wellbeing Community facilities for day offer? Wider community benefit? Security Staff parking? Campshill rd, Lewisham Park
Phoenix Community Housing Association 60 extra care homes All for rent £ 2. 6 million GLA funding Completion due by March 2017 Hazelhurst Court
Identification of need: • Little provision in South of the Borough. • High percentage of older under-occupier 10% in receipt of a care package. • Feedback from residents that we should target development on homes for older people Will release family sized housing for overcrowded households Close to an existing scheme designated for older people creating opportunities for other older people to use scheme facilities Hazelhurst Court
78 extra care homes for rent – due to complete June 2014 Marine Wharf, Deptford
Cohousing community in Sydenham which is being developed with Hanover Housing. It is a large Victorian house which could provide about 8 spacious self-contained apartments. There is the potential to add a further 25 dwellings around this garden without detracting from its appearance. Featherstone Lodge