Ryman cuts out one tower in Mt Eliza plan following local consultation

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One apartment building has been deleted from the $80 million retirement village development following four on-site community consultations, says the company.

The local community had been hoping for a ‘green wedge’ public land outcome so the objections are not a surprise. Ryman’s plans included 11 medium rise buildings ranging from three to six storeys.

In line with their continuum of care model, the plan is for 217 independent living apartments, 55 assisted living units and a 124-bed aged care home on the site.

Announced in 2018, Ryman says they now have over 350 registered interested customers.