Father Mulvey Park

Accommodation type:
Number of rooms:
Westland Terrace
BT48 9EE

Statement of Purpose:
Father Mulvey Park Statement of Purpose
Residents/Tenants Guide:
Father Mulvey Park Residents/Tenants Guide
Weekly Charges:
Father Mulvey Park Weekly Charges

Contact information

Bredge Shettle
028 7126 9064

Situation: Father Mulvey Park: situated on Westland Terrace in Derry, in a quiet location close to the city centre, offers sheltered accommodation for independent living for tenants over 60 years of age. It is owned and managed by Apex Housing Association.

Individual Facilities: The scheme consists of 12 one & two bedroom bungalows and 17 self-contained one bedroom flats in a purpose built two storey building. There is a secure door entry system and an emergency call system is each room of the flats/bungalows. Set in landscaped gardens with a patio area the scheme is within easy reach of all local amenities and walking distance of the main shopping area.

Support: Support needs are assessed through the support planning process when an individual moves into Father Mulvey Park in order to ensure the individual’s needs can be met. Support needs are discussed and agreed with the tenant to promote choice and independence on an ongoing basis.

A Scheme Manager is available on site Monday to Friday 9am-5pm with Radius Connect 24 providing cover outside of these times.

Additional facilities include:

  • Communal lounge with T.V;
  • Quiet room;
  • Guest room for visiting family.

How to apply for this accommodation

The Housing Executive is responsible for carrying out all assessments to ensure that you are eligible for accommodation in Father Mulvey Park.

To apply, applicants can:

Make an application over the telephone

You can call the Housing Executive on 03448 920 900 to make an application.

Get an application form

A Housing/Transfer Application form can be obtained by:

Apex contact details:

10 Butcher Street
BT48 6HL

6 Cromac Place

Telephone: 028 7130 4800
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
If you are currently a tenant of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive or any housing association, you must send the completed form to them.

What will happen next?

Your housing association landlord or the Northern Ireland Housing Executive will carry out an assessment and points will be awarded on the basis of your current circumstances and needs.

Having met the eligibility criteria, you will then be placed on the waiting list for accommodation.

Further information

Download a copy of the Housing Selection Scheme Booklet

Visit the Housing Executive website