Doors open at the Village 135 Extra Care Scheme

Village 135 opened it doors at its official unveiling of this prestigious development. New residents soaked up the atmosphere of this impressive £22m development offering, 135 luxury apartments with 24 hour onsite extra care provision, boasting an onsite salon, spa/therapy room, bistro and luxurious communal areas for residents to relax and spend time with family.

Village 135 was part funded with over £5m, via the Department of Health Care & Support Specialised Housing fund bid, through the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

Village 135 SalonLocated on the junction of Brownley Road and Hollyhedge Road in Wythenshawe, these new modern, energy efficient homes will provide a mix of 66 apartments for affordable rent, 39 apartments for shared ownership and 30 apartments for outright sale.

Mr and Mrs Rawlings caught sight of this prestigious development whilst living in Crewe and decided to up sticks to take advantage of this exciting complex, which also brought them closer to family and friends.

Mrs Rawlings said, “It is exciting to see the mixture of tenure this development offers.  I was born in Hulme and would have welcomed such a development when the area was cleared in the 1950’s.  We wanted to be closer to our family and Village 135 offers everything we need for the future.

We have come to the unveiling today and are amazed at the exceptional facilities on offer at 5 star standard.  Village 135 is impressive.  Do not hesitate to come and look for yourself – you will be as impressed as we have been.”


Nigel Wilson, Group Chief Executive of Wythenshawe Community Housing Group, said; “We are delighted to launch this exciting prestigious extra care scheme. These new Extra Care homes will provide housing for older people through a mixed tenure of affordable rent, shared ownership and outright sales. Village 135 will provide Wythenshawe and the surrounding suburbs a variety of housing options if they wish to downsize or want to find something better suited for their ever changing needs. The community hub I am sure will be very popular with the local community and will play a major part in establishing Wythenshawe as a place where people choose to live and work.”

Village 135 set in landscaped sensory gardens, will offer residents independent living, in their own 2 bedroom apartments designed to meet full mobility and access under Lifetime Homes, whilst ensuring living spaces are flexible in design and provide the level of care necessary for their bespoke and changing needs.

Village 135 Wellbeing SuiteChair of the Board the Bishop of Manchester, The Right Revd, Dr David Walker said, “Village 135 has provided job opportunities for local people, both in the construction phase of the development, and now its up and running. We are working closely with, The Manchester College in Wythenshawe to provide training/job opportunities in health and social care, catering, hair and beauty. This will provide services to residents as part of the Community facilities in the Salon, Spa and Bistro. We are very proud of this unique, ground breaking development, taking extra care to the next level.”

Local MP Mike Kane for Wythenshaw and Sale East commented, “Support for older people will be a priority for me in my work as the local MP. I am pleased to see WCHG delivering a project which is directly addressing a gap in services for local residents.  I look forward to continuing to work with WCHG on projects like this which are targeting community need.”

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Doors open at the Village 135 Extra Care Scheme