Residents Can Now Roll Up for Stockinger House

Residents Can Now Roll Up for Stockinger House

Stockinger House, Jigsaw Homes’ brand new housing development for people aged over 55 is set to be completed later this month in Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire.

It has been built on the site of the recently demolished Lendrum Court scheme and will have 34 one and two-bedroom apartments spread over three floors.

The top floor has an assisted bathroom plus an additional guest suite which can be booked out for friends, family members or carers.

As well as a dining room and large main lounge, the scheme also boasts a mezzanine area that residents can use as a communal space. There is a large, landscaped garden with an additional patio overlooking the picturesque local church.

There will be 20 car parking spaces alongside two mobility scooter stores and electric vehicle charging points.

The name Stockinger nods to the former industrial history of 17th century Burton Joyce where ‘stockingers’ in the area produced stockings, often made from lace, using mechanical knitting frames.

Work on the Homes England funded development started in May 2019 by contractor J. Tomlinson Ltd and is set to be ready for residents to move in, from May 2022.

Marcia Stock, Jigsaw Homes’ Head of Housing for Over 55s said: “This is set to be one of our flagship schemes in Nottinghamshire and will offer residents a fantastic high-quality, spacious living environment. We know there is a real need for housing of this type in the borough and are looking forward to being able to welcome residents to their new home very soon.

Residents can now apply for a property through us via Rightmove or by calling our offices to request an application form as well as via Gedling Borough Council’s Homesearch.