Councillor backs £1.6m Colne development

A groundbreaking ceremony has taken place to mark the start of work on a £1.6million supported living development at Argyle Street in Colne. 

We are working in partnership with HomeLife on the project and we are delighted to have started work on the apartment scheme in Lancashire which will enable people to live as independently as possible with support from an on-site care team.

The mayor of Pendle, Cllr David Whalley, oversaw the start of the work in Argyle Street, Colne.

Once complete, the £1.6 million development will provide 11 high quality apartments with communal areas and landscaped gardens that have been specially designed for adults with a range of support needs. 

Andrew Hopkinson, Director of HomeLife, said: “We are delighted that Making Space has chosen HomeLife to design and build the property in Colne. Making Space are a fabulous organisation with vision, and a caring supportive approach. The apartments on Argyle Street will make a big difference to people’s lives, enabling them to live independently with support”.

The development is due for completion in Spring 2018.

Anyone who wishes to express an interest in an apartment should contact Roy Warman at Making Space