Staff and residents celebrate £250K refurbishment of Rossefield Manor
Published by Rob Ghosh for Hanover Housing Group in Housing and also in Care and Support, Communities
Staff and residents from an extra care housing development in Bramley, owned and managed by Hanover Housing Association were joined by the Cllr Tom Murray, Lord Mayor Leeds, Edna Murray, Mayoress of Leeds and Cllr Ted Hanley as they celebrated the estates recent makeover and 13th anniversary.
Rossefield Manor was built in 2000 in partnership with Hanover and Leeds Council.
It is Bramley’s only extra care development offering older people high quality self-contained apartments 24 hours onsite domiciliary care on demand.
The refurbishment works included new furniture, plus redecoration of the residents lounge, dining room, hair salon and assisted bathroom.
The size and layout of the communal lounges, which include a tea bar, were also redesigned.
Rossefield Manor resident 98 year old Ellen Copley said: “I am really pleased with the work by Hanover and its contractors. They have given my home a fantastic face lift which I am really proud of.”
Staff and the residents of Rossefield Manor are now keen make the estate as a resource and community hub for the local area so that other services, groups and older people living in local community can benefit from the range of facilities and services on offer.
Tom Brown Head of Operations North, Hanover Housing Association: said, “This impressive refurbishment programme is the result of meticulous planning, creativity and fantastic partnership working. We believe these improvements will benefit residents now and into the future, making Rossefield Manor an attractive and aspirational place to live.