Amana Living opens new transition care centre; Catholic Healthcare commences work on new Bathurst centre; Australian Unity completes community centre facilities at Peninsula Grange Retirement Community and HammondCare to build residential care home for older homeless.
One aged care provider is celebrating after planning approval was finally granted for a new building project, while a couple of other developments have just been finished off.
With extra services places available once again in the recent ACAR, family-owned aged care provider Innovative Care is going ahead with ambitious expansion plans.
The Australian government has created a new expert panel, featuring a key sector represenative, to advise it on social housing policy matters.
Approval has been granted for the centre and 23 ILUs in Sydney’s inner west.
The scarcity of affordable land will force providers to be more creative, says an international architecture and engineering firm.
The NSW Department of Planning is currently exhibiting the group’s 20 year master plan for the site.
A proposed integrated seniors living community in Oran Park has been given the green light.
A draft ruling from the ATO outlines tax increases for retirement village developers.
IRT has opened a $99 million seniors living community in Canberra.
The NSW providers has turned the sod on the $4 million second stage of its main site upgrade.
Helping Hand has announced plans to upgrade one of its rural aged care facilities.
The $35 million expansion plan means the organisation is now one of the largest non-government providers of seniors housing in the Territory.
The territory’s Administrator has agreed to be the patron for Masonic Homes.