Coopers Court

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Coopers Court - Intro

124 Eric Street, Bow, Greater London E3 4SW

Telephone: 0208 980 7979


Care and support: Creative Support

Telephone: 0208 980 9164

Situated in a residential area off the bustling Mile End Road, Coopers Court is a purpose-built development, providing high quality homes with a range of on-site services and facilities.

There are 41 apartments available for rent, the majority of which overlook the scheme’s attractive gardens, and everything has been carefully designed to offer residents comfort, independence and peace of mind.

Key Facts

Built in: 2002

Rental apartments: 41 one-bedroom


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Coopers Court - Accommodation

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With excellent transport links and easy access to shops, Victoria Park, Mile End Park, and leisure facilities, Coopers Court is ideally located.

Situated over four floors, each spacious one-bedroom apartment has a lounge/diner, walk-in shower room and open plan kitchen with a hob and oven, fridge and washing machine connections. Five apartments are fully wheelchair accessible.

All apartments are let unfurnished, leaving you free to furnish your home as you choose. For added peace of mind, there is a 24-hour emergency pull cord alarm system and an intercom door entry system.

Coopers Court - Communal facilities

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Communal facilities

The beautifully furnished lounge provides space for residents to socialise with others and join in with a range of activities, or simply relax in peace and quiet. Activities and events are regularly organised by Creative Support’s Activities Coordinator, and take place in the dedicated activities room.

There is a spacious dining area where residents can enjoy a home cooked food, which leads outside to the attractive wheelchair-accessible courtyard gardens.

Other communal facilities available include a hairdressing salon and a laundry room.

Coopers Court - Eligibility

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Applicants for a leasehold and shared ownership apartment must:

* Be aged 55 or over

Applicants for a rental apartment must:

* Be aged 55 or over OR have a long-term care need

* Reside in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets

* Meet the housing criteria for the local authority London Borough of Tower Hamlets

* Be referred directly from the local authority, following an assessment of your care and support needs

Coopers Court may not be suitable if you have been assessed as requiring a substantial amount of regular nursing care which cannot be delivered in your own home.

Coopers Court - Care and support

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Care and support

At Coopers Court you can live as independently as possible and focus on living your life to full. You’ll have peace of mind that support is available as your needs change.

Personal and domestic care is provided by Creative Support who can help you at home with anything you need including shopping, laundry, housework, personal care, prescription collection and visits to the dentist, writing letters or sending emails. Sanctuary staff are on-site for housing management.

For extra reassurance, staff are on-site 24 hours a day, and all apartments have an emergency pull cord system that, when activated, immediately alerts the support team that you need assistance. Pendant alarms are available if required.

Coopers Court - Further information

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Further information

If you would like more information, please contact Coopers 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.

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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.