Planning Use Classes and Extra Care Housing
Added on 10/11/2011
This Viewpoint no 20 explains how extra care housing schemes are treated by planners and discusses the implications of the categorisation of proposals.
The purpose of this Viewpoint is to explore the planning position and provide some thoughts on the things that can be done to ease the planning process. It will become clear, however, that ultimately it is arguable that planning law does not adequately deal with current forms of provision of housing with integral care described as "extra care" housing.
We are grateful to Sanctuary Supported Living for their support to enable us to develop and maintain these pages.
Simon Clark, Group Director - Housing and Support, Sanctuary Supported Living
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- Building mutual support and social capital in retirement communities
- Living Labs: a brave new world of customer driven extra care housing