The Police Pensioners' Housing Association Ltd (PPHA)
The Police Pensioners’ Housing Association Ltd (PPHA) is a Registered Charity (No. XN 23781A) which is managed by an elected committee, mainly consisting of retired Police Officers
The PPHA was founded in 1968 to establish sheltered warden assisted accommodation for Police Pensioners and their spouses, their widows or widowers from any police area who are over sixty years of age and are capable of looking after themselves. The first properties were purchased at The Croft in 1992 and the Association now owns more than half of the apartments in this sheltered housing complex with the remainder having owner/occupiers. There are in total 31 apartments and four bungalows built on three sides of a courtyard. Many of the apartments enjoy a view across farmland to the South Downs and all look out onto well tended areas of the communal garden.
Still Acquiring Properties
The PPHA has also acquired further properties at Kingfisher and Nightingale Court, Shrubbs Drive, Middleton-on-Sea. West Sussex. This development offers similar accommodation and amenities to The Croft and is also under the supervision of ‘Grange Management Southern’. There is 24 hr emergency cover and the benefits of a resident manager. Each property has its own separate entrance and a pleasant outlook.