Hanover Housing Association
Buy or rent from us and you'll enjoy a secure and welcoming home from a not-for-profit organisation that puts you at the heart of everything we do, a home where you'll love living in later life.
The right home for you, now and into the future
We offer a wealth of purpose-built options for your next home, from affordable rented housing to spacious leasehold apartments and luxury retirement villages. Our retirement housing is all designed to offer you a sense of community, security, independence and peace of mind.
Own your perfect home
Anchor Hanover's retirement properties for sale offer you the opportunity to buy a home that is right for you. Ranging from quiet cul-de-sacs to award-winning luxury estates, each Anchor Hanover retirement development is unique; however all share the same high standard of construction, responsive management and total commitment to quality customer service.
Affordable housing options
Our retirement properties for rent offer affordable housing options at more than 1,100 locations across the country and provide you with a wealth of choice. Our rental properties include purpose-built and well maintained studio flats, one, two or three-bedroom properties as well as bungalows.
Personally tailored residential care
Anchor care homes offer personally tailored residential care in warm, safe and friendly surroundings. Our 24-hour personal and practical support is provided by well-trained, caring staff and is designed to ensure you continue to enjoy maximum independence as well as peace of mind, knowing that help is always at hand.
Specialist dementia care
We recognise a person living with dementia is, first and foremost, a person - unique and with a rich history of experiences, abilities, skills, knowledge, preferences, desires and personality. We respond to the individual and support what they can do with a personalised care plan, always looking for opportunities to build on their strengths and abilities.
- Plymouth City Council Contracted Supplier
- 26 to 64 years old
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