More about Havelock Street and Richard Court

Havelock Street and Richard Court are two separate housing schemes. Both are in walking distance of each other and are in the North Road area of the town.

All apartments have fitted kitchens, wet rooms and include parking. Both schemes have large community centres, which are used for daily activities and events. We encourage tenants to join in the different activities if they would like to.

Our schemes are attractive and welcoming. They are also great value due to our reasonable rent and reduced heating costs.

Facilities

  •  community centre
  • pet friendly
  • coffee bar
  • in the North Road area of town
  • free communal WiFi
  • car parking
  • central heating
  • secure door entry
  • building maintenance
  • pull-cord/pendant

Lifeline

We offer the Lifeline service. This provides you with 24 hour support in the absence of your scheme manager.

If you need help you can alert the scheme manager using a pull cord.

If your scheme manager is not in the building Darlington CCTV will receive the alert. They will make sure you receive the support you need.

Local Amenities

  • GP Surgery
  • supermarket
  • convenience store
  • post office
  • pharmacy

Both Havelock Street and Richard Court are close to the main North Road where there is a regular bus service. These bus routes will take you to several areas of the town.

Financial

Monthly charges include

  • rent
  • Lifeline
  • service charge
  • communal heating.

What does the service charge cover?

  • shared facilities in the building
  • Scheme manager support
  • cleaning of the communal areas
  • garden maintenance

You are responsible for paying standard utility bills and council tax. Havelock Street and Richard Court has a window cleaner which you are free to use but are responsible for the cleaning charge.

Interested in Havelock Street and Richard Court?

Do you have some questions? Call or email our scheme manager Carl Simmons.

Call:01325468586 or 07870274505

Email:[email protected]

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