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Flats in North London suitable for a wheelchair disabled adult?

I am wondering if any one knows about where there are flats that are designed for the disabled in North London? The flat needs to be big enough for a wheel in bathroom and a suitable kitchen size, two bedrooms as well as a sitting room and must have dedicated parking and ramps in and out.

Asked on Feb 18 2010, General in London | Report content

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  • Are you looking to buy or rent? I saw one today for rental that may suit (although the worktops are at standard height unfortunately. It is in a well presented private block (about 10 years old) has dedicated parking with keyfob access, a lift as it is on the first floor, a nice sized lounge and open kitchen. Feel free to send me a message and I will tell you more. I would be happy to keep a look out for you whilst getting called in to carry out marketing appraisals. There is also a housing association called Habinteg that may be worth contacting. They have properties designed for wheelchair users. I hope this helps.

    Answered on Feb 18 2010, Report content

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