Make yourself at home
Providing young and old with safe, sociable places to live, in the heart of the community
‘BOTH MY father and I are extremely happy with how the scheme is managed and the wonderful way in which the scheme managers look after everybody” (tenant at Harmony Close, NW11). “I feel secure knowing that someone cares about me” (tenant at South Lodge, SW16). These are just some of the comments about the Jewish Community Housing Association from tenants and their families.
For many tenants, moving to a Jewish Community Housing Association property really has been life-changing. The support, services and security provided within JCHA sheltered accommodation allows them to get on with their lives, in the knowledge that there is always someone available in the event of an emergency; that any repairs in their flats will be attended to efficiently and that they are living within a community.
In addition, the association offers assistance to tenants in claiming benefits to which they may be entitled, as well as encouraging and enabling them to remain as independent as possible. “Quite simply,” says the association, “we take away some of the headaches of daily living”.
The JCHA is proud to provide accommodation for young Jewish people moving to London to work or study. The self-catering facilities offer sociable, practical accommodation, with transport links from London NW11. The young people living here have the opportunity to meet people in a similar situation to themselves.
Staff are happy to discuss your individual housing needs, or check the website for a list of available properties.
Jack and Nettie Symons, tenants at Maitland Joseph House, Hemel Hempstead with a photo of themselves as wartime newlyweds