Coverage Builds Up for Blackwood Adaptations
Thursday, April 10th, 2014
on behalf of Blackwood
Scotland’s leading housing and care specialists are investing money across Scotland to adapt the homes of people with disabilities and special needs.
£5,000 was invested in Midlothian, which will see 27 homes across the area updated to provide an increased quality of life to their tenants. The adaptations will include creating wet rooms, installing level access showers and fitting “rise and fall” kitchens, making it easier to complete day to day tasks.
The Midlothian Advertiser picked up the story and ran it in both their print and online editions, creating positive buzz for Blackwood and their adaptation programme.
The print version of the Midlothian Advertiser is a popular publication for the local area, with a circulation of almost 6,000. The online version of the article can be viewed here.
The full story can be found in the original press release here.
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