Pannel Croft Village

Pannel Croft Village opened in 2012 and is situated in Newtown, Birmingham. The Village provides spacious homes for affordable rent and shared ownership, and a host of community-based health and leisure facilities.

Impression Pannel Croft Village
Hospital Street, Newtown
Birmingham
West Midlands
B19 2XU

Manager: Julie Talbot
Phone: 0121 503 1000

If you are over the age of 55, living in Birmingham or have a local connection, and would like to apply for a home, please call us on 0121 503 1000.

The Village is the second of five being planned in partnership with the City Council and represents a major investment in the well-being of Newtown and Birmingham's older residents.

Apply for a Home?
If you are over the age of 55, living in Birmingham or have a local connection, and would like to apply for a home, please call us on 0121 503 1000.

Pannel Croft Village Map
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Customer Satisfaction
To view our CQC report, click here.

Pannel Croft Village - Factfile

Our Homes
We have 180 one and two bedroom apartments, each with:
Hallway
Living room
Kitchen
Shower room
All homes have either a balcony or a shared patio area

Our Facilities
Enriched Opportunities Suite (to support residents with dementia)
Cafe Bar
Communal Parking Areas
Craft Room
Fitness Gym
Greenhouse
Indoor Bowling Green (within an enclosed Winter Garden)
IT Suite
Guest Suite
Hairdressing and Beauty Salons
Landscaped Garden Areas with wheelchair friendly walkways
Laundry
Library
Multi-faith Worship Room
Quiet Lounge
Reception Area and Main Street (with communal seating areas)
Restaurant
Village Hall
Village Shop
Well-being Suite with Well-being Bathroom
Woodwork Room

Our Care
Approximately a third of residents within the Village receive help with their care. Dependent on individual circumstances we can support residents with significant assessed care needs, including dementia.

Tenancy
Our properties are available for rent and shared ownership.

Our Capacity
We have over 200 residents.

In a Nutshell
Nick Abbey (Chief Executive, The ExtraCare Charitable Trust): "I believe this second Village demonstrates our Charity's ongoing commitment to provide affordable and innovative housing that will support older people across Birmingham, especially here in Newtown as part of the area's exciting regeneration plans."

Listen to Cllr Steve Bedser from Birmingham City Council and Millicent Gobbinsingh talk about the Village on BBC WM!

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