Ruth Patrick House

Green Lane, Shirley, Solihull, B90 1AF


Located at our Shirley site, Ruth Patrick House is set in extremely attractive landscaped gardens.Built in 2001 to full mobility standards, Ruth Patrick House has 8 flats large enough for double occupancy and designed to meet the needs of residents who have physical disabilities.


As Ruth Patrick House is situated on the same site as Mason House in Shirley, it means residents have access to all the facilities there including:-


  • A comfortable communal lounge area with a large screen plasma TV

  • Two personal computers (broadband connected) and exclusively for resident use

  • Modern laundry facilities (washers & dryers and an ironing room)

  • Comfortable and well-appointed guest bedroom.

  • The entire building is fully accessible with ramped access to the main security doors

  • A lift to service the first floor apartments.

  • An on-site Independent Living Manager Monday – Friday to offer personal support & assistance

  • A Warden call ‘out of hours’ emergency system for added peace of mind.

  • A Gated main access offering a very safe and secure environment.

  • Regular Residents' Meetings and resident representation at committee level.

  • Regular coffee mornings and many other social events.


Our Independent Living Manager who would be very happy to show any interested residents around the building and also a typical flat. 


Please contact our Customer Services Team if you would like to come and have a look around on 0121 245 1002.


Alternatively, please use the form below to contact us directly:

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SJMT is a Registered Charity, a Registered Housing Association and a Company Limited by Guarantee.

Charity Number:  1179890  |  Company Number: 11416213


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