Bailey Court

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EC brochure - Bailey Court - Intro

James Holt Avenue, Westvale, Kirkby, Merseyside L32 5AB

Telephone: 0151 224 0331


Care provider: Making Space (0151 5412 377)

Situated in a residential area of Kirkby, Liverpool, Bailey Court offers 34 one and two bedroom apartments to rent with a range of on-site services and facilities, lifts to all floors and full wheelchair access.

Designed to offer comfort, independence and peace of mind, each apartment is connected to an alarm call system that alerts a member of the on-site staff who will be on hand within minutes.


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The exterior of Bailey Court extra care scheme, Kirkby.


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Each apartment has an open plan lounge and kitchen, fully equipped with white goods and bathroom with level access shower. Fully carpeted, you're free to furnish your home as you choose.

Bailey Court boasts a variety of on-site facilities, including:

  • Welcoming reception and lobby
  • Door entry system monitored from your home via intercom
  • Bistro (open to public)
  • Lounge
  • Hairdressing salon
  • Assisted bathrooms
  • Guest suite for family and friends
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Library
  • Communal laundry room

Communal facilities

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Communal facilities

We encourage residents to participate in activities at Bailey Court and within the surrounding community.

Bailey Court is warm and welcoming with a strong sense of community. Events take place throughout the year, so it's easy to meet new people and stay active.

Alternatively, you can enjoy time to yourself in our garden or get pampered in our on-site hairdressing salon.

The bus stop is located outside Bailey Court with a number of shops outside for everyone's convenience.

Our team

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Our team

Bailey Court is staffed 24 hours a day by highly trained and experienced support workers.

At Sanctuary, we pride ourselves on employing the best staff and have stringent recruitment procedures in place.

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Whether you currently have a care need or are simply planning for the future - if you are 55 or over and reside in, or have a family connection to the local area, you will be eligible for an apartment.

Please note: care and support services at this scheme are provided by Making Space.

Care and support

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Care and support

Having as much independence as you want and the reassurance that if your needs change you will be fully supported means that you can focus on living your life to the full.

Personal and domestic care is provided by Making Space who can help you at home with anything you need including shopping, laundry, housework, personal care and prescription collection.

For more information, contact Making Space on 0151 5412 377 or 07434 525 755. 

Sanctuary staff are on-site and provide housing management and support.

For extra peace of mind, your apartment will have an emergency pull cord system that, when activated, immediately alerts the 24-hour care team that you need assistance. Pendant alarms are available if required.

Further information

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Further information

If you would like more information, please contact Bailey Court directly. 

We encourage you to discuss your housing options with your family and friends, and to seek independent advice, support and representation as appropriate, from professional statutory and regulatory organsiations such as the Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC)Age UK or Citizens Advice.

For directions on how to find us, please insert your postcode or town into the box below and click 'Go' which will take you to Google Maps.



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The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England.

The CQC regulate the care provided by the NHS, local authorities, private companies and voluntary organisations. The aim is to make sure better care is provided for everyone - in hospitals, care homes and people's own homes.

The CQC also seek to protect the interests of people whose rights are restricted under the Mental Health Act.