Josiah Forster’s Almshouses is a sheltered housing scheme in Tottenham (Haringey) and consists of four terraced one-bedroom cottages. It was established in 1862, modernised in 1986, and underwent further major remodelling and refurbishment works in 2014 to provide affordable, modern and energy efficient housing for older people in Haringey.
There are gardens to the front and rear of the building, with limited controlled parking in all surrounding roads. The scheme is located in a residential area on the main road itself.
24 hour emergency cover provided through the Anchorcall telephone alarm system.
Nearest Tube Station
Seven Sisters for Victoria Line
Nearest Bus Stop
Greyhound Road (on Philip Lane):
Route 230 and Route 341
Nearest Rail Station
Bruce Grove Rail Station AND South Tottenham for London Overground
Age: Applicant must be aged 60 years or over at time of application.
Geographical: Applicant must have lived in Haringey for 1 year prior to date of application.
Preference will be given to women.
In exceptional circumstances where it has not been possible to fill a vacancy from this locality, then the trustee may consider applicants from the Pathways Jubilee area of benefit comprising the London boroughs of Wandsworth, Waltham Forest, Enfield, Haringey, Greenwich, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Lambeth.
How to apply
If you wish to apply for a place at this sheltered housing scheme, please print off and complete the sheltered housing application form, then return it to Pathways at 33 Dean Court, Bowmans Close, Ealing London W13 9YU.