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Worth Court Lounge, Bourne

Worth Court Bourne

Officially opened in 2009 by the Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire and 'Highly Commended' at the East Midlands LABC Annual Awards, Worth Court is located within the historic market town of Bourne and situated in a residential area within easy reach of a wide range of amenities including shops, post office and recreational facilities.


  • 34 Two Bedroom Self Contained Flats
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Personal Lounge
  • Fully Fitted Kitchen with Electric Oven and Hob
  • Level Access Shower, Wash Hand Basin and WC
  • 24 Hour Alarm Call System
  • Door Entry System
  • Access to Cable Television and the Internet
  • Heating
  • Built in Cupboards

Communal Facilities

  • Seating Areas
  • Comfortable Lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Laundrette
  • Hair Salon
  • Assisted Bathrooms
  • Passenger Lift
  • Mobility Scooter Storage
  • Car Park
  • Well Maintained Gardens


Worth Court

Willoughby Road



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Am I eligible?

When we have a vacancy for one of our rented homes, we will either allocate from our own waiting list or for some schemes we will advertise through a local authority Choice Based Lettings system. 

If you are applying for one of our new build leasehold shared ownership homes or looking to purchase one of our existing leasehold homes from an existing leaseholder, we will contact you regarding availability.

Should be over 55

Applicants and their household must be over the age of 55 to apply

Renting your home

When renting a home with us, you will need to have sold or intend to sell your home and be able to afford the rent.

Purchasing your home

If you are purchasing a leasehold property, you will need to sell any home you own in conjunction with the completion of the sale.

Extra care housing

For our extra care housing you must have a minimum of 1 hour care and support needs per week and you must intend to use some of the communal facilities provided.

Local connection

For some of our schemes priority is given to those within the local area, and then the immediate surrounding area.

For more information

Please see our factsheets on how we let our extra care housing and our housing for older people schemes in our Useful Downloads page

Homes England
Regulator of social housing
Blue skies consortium
Dementia Action Alliance
Housing Ombudsman Service
Lincs Independent Living Partnership
National Housing Federation