The woman’s body was found in a distressed auxiliary facility in Southampton.
Police were called to Potters Court on Wimpson Lane after a 60-year-old woman was found dead.
An investigation has been launched and officers are now trying to identify his relative after the incident on Tuesday afternoon.
About 24 potters have been assisted by a resident court in the housing services provided by Apex Prime Care, while others live independently at home.
The woman’s death is not considered suspicious, although investigations are ongoing.
Since opening in 2019, Potters Court has been at the center of a number of problems.
The body of Mark Williams, a 60-year-old resident, was found last November under the balcony of his fourth-floor apartment.
Her daughters, Lucy and Jesse, are demanding answers and want someone to take responsibility.
They say their father fell while throwing them on the bed.
Both also complained of a “lack of care” in the lot owned by the municipality.
Mark’s leading cause of death after death was a fall from a height, lymphoma, mediastinal hemorrhage, and aortic dissection.
The full investigation is expected to take place on July 5 this year.
However, inspectors recently criticized Apex in a disastrous CQC report stating that its services needed improvement.
Released in March, it said there were “aspects of the service that weren’t always secure and that there was a limited security guarantee.”
The Echo Contact Apex and the City, owner of the building, for an answer.
A spokesperson for the Hampshire police said: “We received a call on Tuesday at 12:26 pm in Wimpson Lane after the body of a woman in her 60s was found.
“Investigations are underway to ascertain the identity of the relatives of the deceased.
“The woman’s death is not considered suspicious and a case is being prepared for a forensic expert.
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