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Service summary

Bamburgh Court

Bamburgh Court is an Extra Care scheme for customers over the age of 55+ with an identified care need. There are 72 properties within the scheme, which includes 41 one bed flats, 5 two bed flats, 24 two bed bungalows and 2 three bed roomed houses. 2 of the two bed bungalows are full wheelchair adapted. There are large gardens around the site, with bungalows having front and rear gardens. Bamburgh Court has been transformed with newly refurbished communal areas, including the lounge and new modern kitchen, which has made the building a more attractive place to live. Corridors have been brightened with a fresh coat of paint and new carpets fitted throughout. The lobby area has been converted into a secure mobility scooter store with charging points. We try to create a sociable and friendly community.

Service provider

Thirteen Group


  • Rent and service charges can be discussed on an individual basis.


Physical Environment Accessibility

Are your premises accessible?
Further details about your premises' accessibility

The building has a fob access door entry system, linked to electric front doors accessible by an intercom system. There are handrails in the corridors and as assisted bathroom. There is a stair lift and lift to the upper floor. The building is wheelchair accessible, with automatic doors into the communal lounge. We can provide support, advice and access to adaptations for each tenants individual needs. Communal areas are also accessible for Tenants diverse needs.

Is there accessible parking on site?

Residents parking available

Other Accessibility

Could you provide a BSL interpreter?
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There are staff within the organisation who can sign and also interpret and all information is provided in many languages Braille and also audio.

You you cater for religious/cultural needs?
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We have and can refer into services when requested by our residents to arrange for them at their request to access holy communion in their own homes.

Is a referral required to access your service?
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All referrals are via Hartlepool Borough Council's Social Services Department, and as vacancies arise, they are assessed on the needs of both the application and care/support needs within the scheme .