Sheltered housing

Sheltered housing can offer you a range of services to help you live independently, with the added security of having someone to call on in emergencies.

There are numerous high quality sheltered housing schemes across the Cotswold district and many have communal facilities and offer a range of activities for residents and include the following types of housing:

  • self-contained flats
  • bedsits
  • bungalows.

The scheme managers do not carry out personal or household tasks as these would be done by your relatives, social services or health authorities. 

Apply for sheltered housing

To be considered for sheltered housing, please:

If you apply for sheltered housing, the housing association will assess your needs to see if housing with support is best for you. You can view a sheltered housing scheme and meet the sheltered housing scheme officer before accepting a tenancy.

Apply for sheltered housing

Renting a property in a sheltered housing scheme if you have a property to sell

Some residents of the sheltered housing schemes in the District have previously owned property. Anyone over the age of 60 can apply for sheltered housing, but applicants who can afford to buy or privately rent suitable alternative accommodation will not be considered for accommodation where there are other applicants in housing need. For more information, please:

  • phone the housing advice team on 01285 623000

Cotswold District Council
Trinity Road