It’s raining and blowing again… Over the last few years, it has rained and blown… big time! Some gutters and down pipes are draining away well and you haven’t even thought twice about them. Whereas others are clogged up with moss and autumn leaves, have cracked or come loose, leaving you with a slippery dangerous surface or worse…damp patches appearing on inside walls.
Gutters & Gullies
Ocean is responsible for maintaining the gutters and gullies of your building.
We will come and unblock and maintain your gutters and drains within 20 working days from when you report it to us.
There is no need to book an appointment as long as we can gain access to the problem.
Low level gullies are easy enough to keep clear but it can be unsafe to reach high-up gutters yourself. Please use common sense when attempting any clearance yourself.
Ocean Housing declared the new Windmill House officially open on 11th August, transforming the quality of life for older people.
Ocean Housing and Steve Double MP, were thrilled to officially open an exciting £1.8million development which has delivered twelve affordable apartments in the popular port of Fowey, earlier this week.
The new self-contained, one-bedroomed apartments at Windmill House address the need for high-quality, yet affordable rented housing designed specifically for over 55’s in the sought-after area.
New for Old
Far from your ‘run of the mill’ development, the new Windmill House replaces a former 1960s supported housing scheme and incorporates a resident’s roof garden with views across the valley. The impressive design also includes useful features such as a mobility scooter store and a comfortable communal lounge.
A handful of original residents have moved back into the new Windmill House after the old building was demolished and deemed ‘out of date’.
Resident Ron said
“I can’t thank Ocean enough; I’m over the moon with my new apartment and can’t knock it. It’s the finest thing to happen in Fowey”.
The scheme was made possible thanks to joint funding from Ocean Housing and the Homes and Communities Agency, with added support from Cornwall Council and Fowey Town Council.
“Building more affordable homes in rural areas like Fowey brings an array of benefits to the whole community. Not only does the new Windmill House help those over the age of 55 to remain living in the area, its unique features will have a positive impact on the quality of life for the local people” added Steve Double MP.
Oceans Group Chief Executive, David Renwick said
“We are delighted to provide high-quality homes for over 55’s in the area and would like to thank everyone for their help and support for such a fantastic housing project in the town”.
The residents are now making good use of the roof garden. They are putting in an application for our Treasure Chest fund to purchase some garden furniture – to leisurely make the most of the roof-top views!