Apply for a Home
If you live in Milton Keynes or have a local connection and would like to apply for a home, please call us now on 01908 413000.
Need care now in the community?
If you're unsure about moving to the Village but still need care, find out more about our ExtraCare at Home service in Milton Keynes. We offer a flexible range of services in your own home, tailored to meet your individual needs, including personal care, domestic support and companionship.
Shenley Wood Village Map
To view our CQC report and resident survey, click here.
For quick information, view the Village Factfile below. You can also view the Village Brochure to see the spacious homes and extensive facilities.
See the floor plans of Phase 1 and Phase 2.
Concerned about costs?
Our ambition is to ensure that the Village is affordable for all, even if you are a tenant on a minimum state pension with only limited savings. If you are concerned, why not contact the Village Benefits Team direct on 01908 413000.
Need help getting around?
We may be able to visit you or arrange care support for you to visit the Village. Call 01908 413000.
Shenley Wood Village - Factfile
We have 300 one and two bedroom apartments, each with:
Living room (some with walk-in bay windows)
The majority of homes will have their own balcony or shared patio areas.
Enriched Opportunities Suite (to support residents with dementia)
Communal Parking Areas
Indoor Bowling Green (within an enclosed Winter Garden)
IT Suite and Library
Hairdressing and Beauty Salon
Landscaped Garden Area
Reception Area and Main Street (with communal seating areas)
Well-being Suite and Well-being Bathroom
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.
Our properties are available for rent, shared ownership and purchase.
We have over 350 residents.
The Village is a partnership between The ExtraCare Charitable Trust, Milton Keynes Council, Milton Keynes Partnership (The Homes and Communities Agency) and The Department of Health.
Nearest ExtraCare Charity Shop
Falls Prevention Strategy
There are a disproportionately high number of reported injuries from falls within Milton Keynes, given its population size and demographics. Older people are at the greatest risk of falling and of suffering a permanent injury as a result of a fall which can greatly affect their lives. Milton Keynes is expected to have a significant rise in the number of older people over coming years. Lovat Fields Village is working with Milton Keynes Council.
Visit the Strategy's website