Bath Springs Court

Ormskirk, Lancashire, L39 2YG. Retirement/sheltered housing

West Lancashire Borough Council

Managed by: West Lancashire Borough Council

Email your enquiry or 01695 577 177

Main facts

  • Retirement/sheltered housing
  • 49 flats, bungalows. Built in 1984. Sizes 1 bedroom. Includes mobility standard properties
  • Resident management staff and community alarm service
  • Lift, lounge, laundry, guest facilities, garden
  • New residents accepted from 60 years of age. Both cats & dogs generally accepted, but not to be replaced
  • Rent (social landlord)

Info updated: 21/12/2008. Update info


Check with West Lancashire Borough Council - none notified to EAC.

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Residents’ views

Not available - The residents have not taken part in the EAC National Housing for Older People Awards, or used the EAC Residents Consultation Service (RCS).

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