Supported housing

Supported housing in Dunstable

Croft Green – Dunstable

Croft Green

About the property

Croft Green is located on the outskirts of Dunstable, and forms an oval shape exclusively for the elderly. It is 10 minutes from the town centre.

Croft Green has 23 properties: The former 9 bedsit block will be refurbished to provide 4 one bed and 2 two bed ground floor properties.

23 bungalows

All properties have access to a communal garden both front and rear, and there are limited car parking facilities for residents and their visitors.

The communal facilities include a laundry room, communal room and drying areas for all residents use.

Furness Avenue – Dunstable

Furness Avenue

About the property

Furness Avenue is in a quiet area of Dunstable. It is 15 minutes' walk to the town centre.

The scheme has 45 one-bedroom flats, and 2 purpose built bungalows for those with special needs.

There is parking for residents and visitors, along with garages for rent.

It has communal gardens, communal lounge, and a guest room.

The door entry is secure and there are private individual gardens.

Holts Court – Dunstable

Holts Court
Edward Street

About the property

Holts Court is close to Dunstable town centre.

It is a purpose built building, surrounded by general needs housing, with other elderly housing residences located nearby.

It has 16 one-bedroom flats and a one-bedroom special needs flat. Flats are on ground or first floors and are accessible by lifts.

Communal facilities include a communal room, laundry room, parking facilities for residents and relatives and communal gardens. There is a secure garden and drying area to the rear.

It has secure door entry and barrier car park.

Southwood Road – Dunstable

214 to 262 Southwood Road

About the property

Southwood Road is on the Downside estate in Dunstable.

It has 24 properties - 21 are one-bedroom flats and 3 two-bedroom properties.

Flats are self-contained on the ground, first or second floors. They have a secure door entry system.

The scheme is next to general needs housing. Residents from general needs housing share the parking.

It has a communal room for all residents to use.


A number of schemes, including Albert Court; Ashcroft; Kingsbury Court; Southwood Road; Mayfield Road and Saxon Close, have been de-designated.