Frank Scott Court, Hawick
Overlooks the bowling greens and close to Wilton Lodge Park. It offers 19 high quality flats suitable for older people who want to live independently, with some support.
Frank Scott Court, Hawick
Purpose-built, Frank Scott Court is within easy reach of Hawick town centre and neighbouring towns with a bus stop just across the road. Accommodation is on three floors with a lift for easy access. There are two bedroomed flats, and two flats are designed for wheelchair users.
With a warm, friendly atmosphere and a safe secure setting, the flats are ideal for people who want to retain their independence and enjoy a good quality of life in the community, with the provision of housing support by staff on site during the day.
– A lunch option can be delivered to site Monday-Friday from an external provider for an additional charge.
– Staff are on site 9am- 5pm Monday – Friday and 11am-2pm at weekends.
– Small external covered storage area for mobility scooters, check with local staff for current availability.
You can download a copy of our brochure for more information.
Frank Scott Court is suitable for older people who would benefit from the housing support provided by staff on site during the daytime, and the alarm system connected to a 24-hour alarm centre. Some flats are suitable for wheelchair users.
Eildon Care and Support offer a support service. If you require nursing or personal care, staff will help you to access it through NHS Borders or Social Work.
To apply for Frank Scott Court please visit www.eildonhomes.org.uk and complete
our online registration form.
You can also receive assistance to complete the form if this is easier by contacting
When completing the online registration form you will be given an opportunity to let us know about your current housing situation and why you would benefit from a move to our supported housing development. This may include letting us know about any health conditions you have which impact on your ability to manage in your current home. When completing the online registration form you will be given an opportunity to let us know about your current housing situation and why you would benefit from a move to our supported housing development. This may include letting us know about any health conditions you have which impact on your ability to manage in your current home.
We have a coordinator leads and a small housing support team who visit regularly during the daytime
- Monday – Friday
- and for a few hours over the weekend
Please note: staff are not resident, or on duty overnight.
Key features are:
- 24-hour community alarm
- door entry-phone system
- fire detection system
- staff call system
- communal dining room
- shower room with bathing aids
- self-opening main access doors
- overnight guest room with en suite facilities (extra charge)
- mid-day meal in communal dining room, daily (extra charge)
- special diets can be catered for
- We maintain and clean all communal areas
- We are responsible for external window cleaning
- We are responsible for the grounds maintenance
- electricity bills in your flat
- Council Tax
You pay rent and service charges to us for your accommodation and related property services.
The housing support service is provided by our staff on site and is funded by Scottish Borders Council. Depending on your finances, you may be asked to pay Scottish Borders Council a contribution towards these costs.
If you would like to discuss these charges, or want to find out more about Housing Benefit, Income Support and other benefits, our team at Frank Scott Court will be happy to help you.
To see current vacancies, please visit our Homes for Rent page or contact Frank Scott Court on 01450 367075.
Frank Scott Court