Vivian Court - Studio flat

  • Vivian Court 2
  • Vivian Court 5
  • Vivian Court 3
  • Vivian Court 4
  • Vivian Court 1 V2
  • Scheme: Vivian Court

  • Postcode: W9 1PU

  • Bedrooms: Studio

  • Rent: £277.49

About Vivian Court.

Vivian Court sheltered scheme provides 119 self-contained studio flats and 37 one bedroom flats for people aged 55+.

The scheme was built in 1968 and is situated on a pleasant road in the sought-after postcode of Maida Vale. It has attractive gardens at the front and side.

We are proud to offer this delightful studio flat in one of the most sought-after residential areas of Maida Vale.

Key features:

  • a front reception area with chairs and the main office
  • a dining room for Vivian Court’s lunch club and other activities
  • a laundry
  • two guests room available for a reasonable charge
  • an IT room, with three computers – the scheme has Skype for phone calls and WiFi
  • four lifts
  • attractive gardens
  • limited parking

Vivian Court is five minutes’ walk from the library and 10 minutes’ walk from the shops on Kilburn High Road.

Transport in the area is good. Kilburn Park station is on the Metropolitan Line. Kilburn High Road is an overground station with trains to Euston and Watford Junction.

Find out more about Vivian Court here.

Contact details

CCHT's privacy policy provides users with information of our services, those whose data we process, and what we do with personal data.


The facilities we provide

Residents have access to a laundry service, IT suite and attractive gardens. Oldfield residents can also take part in activities organised by their sheltered housing officers, our Arts & Events team. Some activities involve can take place off site.

How we manage the scheme

Our portfolio managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of our sheltered schemes, aiming to keep things running smoothly, with good team work, empathy and organisation. They also maintain links with outside agencies.

There are also two full-time sheltered service officers at the Vivian Court, whose job involves helping to manage the scheme, as well as providing support to residents so that they can continue to live independently.

New residents are provided with a tenancy pack, including their tenancy agreement and a resident’s handbook, outlining their rights and responsibilities. Our sheltered housing officers then work with each new resident to draw up an individual support plan.

Find out more about our Vivian Court scheme here.

Interested applicants do not need to apply via local authorities, they do however, need to confirm that they are, over 55 years old and do not have a household income over £60,000. For full details and criteria, please read the 55 London Fact Sheet.

Close this GDPR cookie privacy notice

We use cookies on this website to provide you with a better online experience. If you continue, we'll assume you are OK with your web browser receiving our website's cookies. Our privacy policy explains how we use cookies.