Perry Common Community Hall
Our main office, located at 87 Witton Lodge Road in Perry Common, has been home to Witton Lodge Community Association since 2010 and was the city's first asset transfer.
Over the years, redevelopment and refurbishment has extended the building into a multi-functional site, from where housing, employment and health & wellbeing staff deliver core support services.
The venue is also used by partners and external agencies to host community events while we deliver regular activities like A Perry Common Christmas and Track Friday.
Erdington Wellbeing Hub
Having officially opened to the public in December 2021, the former Erdington Walk-in Centre at 196 High Street has been transformed into a multi-service facility to deliver advice, guidance and support around health, employment, housing, finance and volunteering.
Working in partnership with the City Council, Midlands Medical Partnerships and NHS Property Services, it gives us an additional venue to provide much needed services to support people with their employment and wellbeing needs.
Employment and Skills
Whether you are looking for your very first job; have been out of work for a while and want help with application forms and CVs; looking to develop your skills or even thinking of starting your own business; our friendly and
Health and Wellbeing
We provide a wide range of support activities to look after your mental and physical wellbeing. Services focus on things like stress, fitness, diet, health conditions, abuse and isolation.
Our trained, friendly, experienced staff can deliver support through group sessions or on a one-to-one basis.
We manage a stock of almost 200 properties and a 40-apartment extra-care sheltered housing scheme. This includes 1,2,3 and 4 bedroom homes and bungalows.
Witton Lakes Eco Hub
Launched in April 2022, the building has seen the transformation of the former park-keepers cottage into a multi-functional eco-friendly community facility offering local people an array of services and activities providing support with health and wellbeing. It also delivers activities which help tackle wider issues like fuel and food poverty.
The Hub showcases and promotes energy efficiency, and provides advice on how to tackle fuel poverty, cultivate home-produce and pursue outdoor activities.
Sycamore Court is an Independent Living Scheme built and owned by WLCA. It has 40 self-contained apartments with direct access to communal facilities.
We encourage and support our residents to lead independent lives, but with the added benefit that residents, family and friends have the reassurance that help is at hand if needed. With many different activities taking place throughout the week, Sycamore Court is more than just a home!
Sycamore Court has its own private garden with mature shrubs and is very close to local shops, facilities and transport links.
There is a provision for care teams to support the varying needs of our residents.