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A rendered image of the proposed Life Care Golden Grove development

South Australian aged care provider Life Care has received approval from the City of Tea Tree Gully to build a $60 million aged care retirement living community in Adelaide.

The integrated community in Golden Grove in Adelaide’s north-east will include 80 apartment suites and 46 independent living suites (read our previous announcement here).

Allen Candy

It will also feature a café, multipurpose rooms for the provision of allied health services, gardens and 177 parking spaces for visitors and staff.

Life Care CEO Allen Candy said the development aimed to meet the demands of the area’s ageing population.

“The facility will help meet growing demand for quality seniors living and enable older people to age well in their community,” Mr Candy said.

A contractor will be appointed in the coming months. Construction is expected to commence in the second half of 2020 and take approximately three years to complete.

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