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Bellrock Close, Glasgow

“The services and amenities are all really good, top-notch … All the staff are so supportive”

Bellrock Close in Glasgow is our newest residence. It was designed to offer an innovative service providing transitional support for veterans offering them support with health and wellbeing; education, training and employability and future housing needs. Other support, such as access to a therapeutic counsellor, is available as required.

Award-winning Bellrock Close was designed and built with the needs of veterans at the forefront. The high-quality accommodation at Bellrock Close comprises 30 fully furnished one-bedroom flats for single adults requiring specialised support from the adjacent support centre. These flats are offered for up to 18 months to enable supported transition.

Bellrock Close residents can enjoy the use of the on-site café, IT suite, gym and common rooms. Activities include an art group, yoga and cycling.

There are also 21 one and two-bedroom flats on the site which are available to veterans as permanent homes at affordable rents.

“The services and amenities are all really good, top-notch. All the staff are so supportive.”

– Martin, former resident

Accessing this service

Bellrock Close in particular is aimed at veterans, including early service leavers, who would benefit from the transitional support we provide. All referrals are welcomed from any agencies supporting veterans as well as self-referrals.

Every application is assessed by a professionally qualified social care worker to determine whether transitional support can meet the applicant’s support needs. We will prioritise those most in need who want to move on with our support.

To make an enquiry about accommodation at Bellrock Close, please complete an accommodation enquiry or email or call 0141 766 2580.

Accommodation charges

Accommodation charges paid by residents are based on each individual's circumstances. For those residents who are on limited means, the charges are met by a combination of personal contribution, based on personal circumstances, and statutory funding support.