HammondCare seeks community feedback on its $141.5M redevelopment of Greenwich Hospital in Sydney

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The Not For Profit provider has released the detailed design of the proposed integrated health campus planned for its Greenwich Hospital, 7km northwest of Sydney’s CBD.

HammondCare is calling for community feedback on the new design which has reduced the building height, maximised green space and improved the views of the historic Pallister House before it proceeds with the lodgement of a Detailed State Significant Design Application by mid-2022.

A Concept State Significant Design proposal for Greenwich Hospital was originally approved by the Independent Planning Commission NSW in November 2020. The approval covered demolition of all buildings other than Pallister House, and construction of an integrated hospital and residential care building, serviced seniors living accommodation, respite facility and basement parking.

The 89 serviced seniors living units will offer older people with chronic health conditions who want to live independently with access to 24/7 health services.

HammondCare is inviting the community and interested stakeholders to attend an online information session this month to hear from project representatives and view the detail design for Greenwich Campus.

To find out more and register, click here.