Reardon Court extra care housing scheme

Reardon Court is a new extra care housing scheme in Winchmore Hill. It is currently set to open officially in the summer of 2024.

It is a council-led scheme for residents aged 55 or older who want to live independently but may require extra care and support to do so.

Reardon Court will offer 70 (64 x 1-bedroom and 6 x 2-bedroom) brand new, self-contained, accessible flats for rent. It will also provide communal facilities and the availability of 24-hour on-site care.

Enfield Council owns Reardon Court and will be the landlord and housing services provider for its tenants. The council’s Adult Social Care Service will appoint a care provider. The amount and nature of the care offered will be in line with the needs of each resident.

To be eligible for consideration for the new scheme, people will need to be:

It is essential that applicants need continuous or periodic care to live at Reardon Court. Adult Social Care will carry out a care assessment to understand the needs of each applicant and determine eligibility.

For some people, extra care housing can provide a possible alternative to residential care. For others, it can be an opportunity to down-size to an accessible environment which meets their care and support needs.

For more information, see our Reardon Court frequently asked questions (PDF, 1101.07 KB).

View example floor plans of a 1 bedroom flat (PDF, 27.64 KB) and a 2 bedroom flat (PDF, 31.35 KB). These are examples only as flat layouts vary slightly across the scheme.

To register your interest in the scheme, email

If you would like to talk to a member of our team, call 020 8132 0942, 020 8132 1593 or 020 8132 2793.

For more information on your housing options in later life, visit, MyLife - accommodation options.

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