QLD: village and aged care provider Vacenti proposes five-storey facility for Cleveland

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The development on Doig Street in the town’s centre, 25km from Brisbane, would also include offices and shops and has been put forward by Vacenti, a family-owned operator with six village and aged care sites across south-east Queensland.

They purchased the 6,724sqm site after the Council transferred the land to the Redland Investment Corporation (RIC) in 2015 to help revitalize the town’s CBD.

Federal MP Andrew Laming has welcomed the development, telling the local paper it would boost business in the Cleveland CBD.

“Frankly, I’ve had a gutful of ‘for lease’ signs,” he said.

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