We evolved from separating the Operations and Consultancy sides of Fairhome Property Developments. Together we have worked extensively in the care sector since 2014, delivering over 200 projects. This was done as part of an expansion programme to help specialise and deliver projects in new and existing care homes, where close liaison with all the parties is essential.
Projects typically vary between £10,000 to £400,000 and our experienced workforce are led by professional management teams who ensure works are delivered to a high-quality standard, ensuring longevity, robustness and satisfaction for our clients.
We have an excellent track record of sustained delivery, working closely with Local Authority Commissioners, Registered Social Landlords, Support Providers and Clinical Commissioning Groups, creating bespoke living environments for people in the care sector.
Fairhome Construction is part of the Fairhome Group PLC. All companies have their own specialist skills within their sector, working together with the main focus of investing and developing properties to meet the future care needs of the individual.
Foresters consists of two large semi-detached villas, built in the 1960’s. These properties were ideal for the solution required in the local area. This was a perfect project to bring these homes back into use for a local care provider, who will use them for specialising in care for adults with learning difficulties. This includes those with high dependence physical needs.
This completed scheme will house 15 service users on a shared accommodation basis.
Prinsted was originally a private residence. Due to lack of investment, the property was in need of some vital improvements and Fairhome worked closely with partners to ensure a smooth transition to convert it into supported living accommodation.
This scheme is suitable for eight service users on a shared basis. All bedrooms have an en-suite with kitchenettes and a shared open plan living area and kitchen and large bathroom. A sensory room will also be created on the ground floor, along with a large utility room. An external outbuilding is used as a day office. The property is close to local amenities, so ideal for tenants.
Hunters Rest was an old public house which had been lying dormant for a number of years and required extensive renovation. Fairhome worked with the stakeholders and planning was approved in 2017.
This scheme consists of 13 self-contained units over two floors, each comprising a separate bedroom and bathroom, with an open plan kitchen / lounge. It will house 13 tenants on a supported living basis, who have a range of mental health issues and learning disabilities. The property is in a great location for tenants as it is located close to the city centre, with shops and restaurants nearby.