Box 23 - Preferred Strategy for Older People

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Support

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 19216

Received: 28/01/2009

Respondent: Salehurst & Robertsbridge Parish Council

Representation:

we Support the proposals but would like to see the inclusion of a sheltered/assisted housing scheme for Robertsbridge. This could free up larger houses but enable older residents to stay close to their relatives and friends and allow them to continue their existing social interaction and interests.

Full text:

we Support the proposals but would like to see the inclusion of a sheltered/assisted housing scheme for Robertsbridge. This could free up larger houses but enable older residents to stay close to their relatives and friends and allow them to continue their existing social interaction and interests.

Support

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 19233

Received: 29/01/2009

Respondent: Sedlescombe Parish Council

Representation:

Sedlescombe Parish Council supports an innovative approach to looking after older people which will allow people as they grow older to remain, and if need be nursed, within in their own communities.

Full text:

Sedlescombe Parish Council supports an innovative approach to looking after older people which will allow people as they grow older to remain, and if need be nursed, within in their own communities.

Support

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 19507

Received: 30/01/2009

Respondent: Guestling Parish Council

Representation:

Older People strategy outlined in Box 23 seems good

Comment

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 19847

Received: 04/02/2009

Respondent: Crowhurst Society

Representation:

Lack of day facilities for the elderly within many if not most villages.

Object

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 20049

Received: 29/01/2009

Respondent: Laurence Keeley

Representation:

Paragraphs 10.61 to 10.66

New homes need to be built with elderly people in mind. We need large houses with rooms for older, retired parents to be looked after, a design, where one can be separate but under one roof. The same houses would be good for young people for friends and nannies. All new developments should include a portion of care/nursing homes.