A West London Hotel group has joined forces with a care provider to make housing and support available to care leavers, homeless people, mothers and babies, people with learning disabilities and Autism.
The two organisations are currently working with the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham to house and support their vulnerable residents.
Saba Hotels Group will provide en-suite Rooms & Serviced Apartments with housekeeping to ensure each person has their housing needs met. Meanwhile Valicity Care Services will support each person with learning or developing life skills such as laundry and finance etc. Valicity will also sign post each person to help with training and employment. Saba Hotel Group will also provide mentoring and work experience to gain skills in hospitality, Construction and property management. They are supported to gain life skills to make their own path in the world, overcoming the difficulties life throws at them.
Clayton Bryce, founder of Valicity Care Services, said:
“We are delighted to work with Saba Hotels Group and the West London Alliance to support those who need it most. At Valicity we provide unique care to meet the individual needs of each of person. Through our wide-ranging support, we help each person create a bright and independent future for themselves.”
Khurram Saba, founder of Saba Hotel Group, said:
“We are delighted to partner with Valicity Care Services to create this bespoke supported accommodation service. We will be maintaining the high standards associated with our hotels in the serviced apartments. On a personal note, after 20 years in the private sector, I am excited to be going back to my public sector roots to help those in need.”
View inside a serviced appartment at The Royal London Hotel and Apartments from Saba Hotels.
Inside a room at Saba Hotels Royal London Hotel and Apartments.
The dining facilities at the Royal London Hotel and Apartments.