Queen Elizabeth College, Greenwich
The Estate
Queen Elizabeth College was built in 1818 on Greenwich High Road, for the poor elderly people of Greenwich. It provides 40 self-contained one-bedroom cottages.
Also on the estate is Lambard House, built in 1967, which consists of 28 self-contained flats, eight of which have a second bedroom.
The Almshouses are set in pleasant landscaped gardens. Facilities include a Community Hall for social activities, a Chapel and a laundry. There is an active social club, organized by the residents, providing a range of activities and outings.
You can apply to live in the Almshouses if you are 65 years of age or over, currently live in the London Boroughs of Greenwich or Lewisham, have limited financial means and a real housing need.  Applicants will be asked to provide details of their financial circumstances to demonstrate their need for such accommodation.
Enquiries and further information
For further information, details of current charges and to inquire about current vacancies please complete the online enquiry form at https://www.anchorhanover.org.uk/contact-us or call free on 0800 731 2020 or 0808 102, or call the estate manager on 020 8858 2852
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