The Association aims to provide accommodation for persons, over the age of 55, who can live independently.
The aim is to re-house those in the greatest need with priority always be given to Marlborough and District people.
There are 16 flats built in the early 1970’s.
The flats are self-contained and consist of either a large bed-sitting room, kitchen and bathroom, in the case of the single flats; or sitting room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. Every flat has its own access and small garden area.
All flats have triple-glazed windows, wall and loft insulation.
There are no garages or allocated parking spaces. As car parking is extremely limited, car ownership is discouraged. The shops are a short distance away, highly accessible for both walkers and for mobility buggies.
The gardens, which are maintained by the Housing Association, are mainly communal, although there are areas in the grounds that tenants are encouraged to tend themselves.
A Laundry Room, which houses washing machines and a tumble dryer, is provided for tenants’ use. There is no facility for washing machines or tumble dryers in the flats.
No pets are allowed.
The monthly rent is reviewed annually in April. The Service Charge includes use of the laundry and grounds maintenance. Residents are responsible for their electricity, telephone and council tax. Each flat is metered separately and cooking is by electricity only.
There is no full-time warden at the flats, only a voluntary site warden, who may be called upon for minor day-to-day queries only, so tenants must be able to look after themselves.
If you are interested in accommodation at 10 The Green, Marlborough, and there no flats are currently vacant, you can go on the Waiting List. Everyone on the Waiting List is advised when a suitable flat becomes available.
For further details, please contact the Secretary by completing this Enquiry Form
If you are interested in accommodation at 10 The Green, Marlborough, and there no flats are currently vacant, you may apply to join the waiting list.
For further details, please contact the Secretary.
Credentials and Governance
MDHA is registered under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 on charitable rules, and is registered under the Homes and Communities Agency Registration No. L1031, and also as a member of the Homes and Communities Agency
All electrical and plumbing repairs must be carried out by the MDHA-approved contractors. General maintenance is carried out by the MDHA-approved contractors. Please contact the Secretary if you have any requirements.