JPV – Heathcote Residential Care Expansion – New South Wales - Project Profile
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John Paul Village (JPV) is planning to expand the residential aged-care center in Heathcote, New South Wales, Australia.
The project involves the expansion of John Paul Village and will be developed in four phases.
The first phase includes the expansion of the dementia care beds from 50 to 95, and provides an extra 32 car parking spaces and the second phase includes the renovation of the Kingfisher.
The third phase includes the redevelopment of the South Wing, and construction of a cafe and 65 new basement car parking spaces and the fourth phase includes the renovation of Parkview to accommodate residents.
On July 30, 2014, JPV held public consultations for the project.
In August 2014, JPV filed the development application (DA) with the Department of Planning and Infrastructure (DoPI).
JPV has appointed DEM Pty Ltd as a architect and Grindley Construction as a demolition contractor for project.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves expansion of a residential aged care center at Heathcote in Sydney, Australia.
The US$46 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 50 to 95 dementia care beds in first phase
2. Construction of a cafe
3. Construction of 97 car parking facility
4. Renovation of Parkview to accommodate residents
5. Renovation of the Kingfisher
6. Redevelopment of the South Wing
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