New operator: Community service provider Burnie Brae (QLD) plans three-level retirement village

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Burnie Brae Centre – a Not-For-Profit community organisation offering government-funded recreational, home care and allied health services for older people in the Brisbane area – has lodged a building application with the Brisbane City Council to develop 38 units across five residential lots on the city’s north side.

The two multi-level buildings will contain 33 two-bedroom units and five three-bedroom units – as well as 50 car parks.

The project will be Burnie Brae’s first retirement village. The community centre first opened in 1984.

Pictured: An artist’s impression of the retirement village. Image courtesy of The Courier Mail and Peddle Thorp architects.