Richmond Charities to open new almshouses for elderly residents

By Nub News Reporter

10th Jul 2024 | Local News

An artist impression of Richmond Charities new almhouses coming to TW9 later this year (credit: Richmond Charities).
An artist impression of Richmond Charities new almhouses coming to TW9 later this year (credit: Richmond Charities).

The Richmond Charities will be opening the first of two new sets of almshouses in TW9 this December.

These are for the over 65s in the borough who are in need of housing, living on a limited income and who are wheelchair users or have mobility issues for which they need specially adapted accommodation.

It is are working with Richmond Council, RHP and PA Housing to identify those already housed but in properties which are no longer suitable for their needs.

Find out more about the almhouses by visiting www.richmondcharities.org.uk (credit: Richmond Charities).

Richmond Charities want to spread the word more widely, to reach all those who might be eligible and in housing need.

Interested potential applicants should get in touch as soon as possible by emailing [email protected] or visit Richmond Charities here.

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