Residents thank Hanover for new scooter store
Published by Rob Ghosh for Hanover Housing Group in Housing and also in Communities, Environment
Residents from Hanover Close in St Neots were celebrating today after their landlord Hanover Housing Association presented them with the keys to a new purpose built mobility scooter store at the estate.
The new store was officially opened by Hanover’s director of retirement housing Nick Sedgwick.
Nearly 40 residents joined in the festivities which included a celebratory lunch, game of bingo and a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The new purpose built garage will provide a secure environment for eight mobility scooters.
The new store is largely thanks to the efforts of estate manager Denise Gable who worked tirelessly with residents to secure funding and design the new building.
She said “It has taken a bit of time but I am delighted with the final result. Safety and security of residents’ possessions is paramount to Hanover. “I am pleased to say that we now have a safe and secure environment which enables residents with mobility issues to stay active within their local community.”