The Committee are responsible for a total of 178 units spread over three complexes:
Marashen Crescent, Port Erin – comprises of 30 one bed apartments, 8 two bed apartments, 4 one bed bungalows and 5 two bed bungalows. The complex has a community room, laundry facilities, communal gardens and an en-suite guest room for visiting relatives. It is a short level walk from Port Erin town centre. The first floor apartments are accessed by stairs only.
Reayrt y Chrink, Four Roads, Port St Mary – consists of 51 one bed apartments and 26 two bed apartments. The complex has a community room, laundry facilities, communal gardens and an en-suite guest room. There are lifts and stair lifts providing access to the first and second floor apartments. This complex has the added bonus of being located next to Thie Rosien, a multi function building which houses the Southern Community Initiative, a dentist, Men in Sheds and various other health departments. Reayrt y Chrink is also across the road from the Southern Group Doctors Practice.
Cooil Veg, Port St Mary – comprises of 12 two bed apartments and has communal gardens. The first floor apartments can be accessed using the stairs or a stair lift if required. This complex is set in a quiet cul-de-sac close to the shops, a launderette and the beach.
Millhope Close, Castletown – 19 apartments, together with a sunny communal garden and off-street parking. Millhope Close is so named because it is located between, and can be accessed from, Mill Street and Hope Street. Its just a short walk to the town centre, harbour, churches, restaurants and cafes.
Sandfield, off Victoria Road, Castletown – a mix of 23 bungalows and ground floor apartments. Sandfield is almost adjacent the Medical Centre, and just a couple of minutes walk to Poulsom Park, the railway station and a well-stocked shop in the Station Garage.
All complexes are in close proximity to bus stops.