Village Retirement Group and Anglicare Southern Queensland’s $70M Brisbane facility build to begin

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It has met with staunch opposition, even rejected by Brisbane City Council, but the first stage of the $70 million development, The Village Manly on Brisbane’s bayside, will start in September – more than two years after a development application was submitted.

Village Retirement Group (owned by father-and-son Michael and Justin Harrison) and Anglicare Southern Queensland will build a 100 two and three-bedroom apartment complex at the Queensland Heritage Registered Lota House (built in 1865).

Two four-storey and two six-storey buildings on the side adjacent to the Edwin Marsden Tooth Memorial Home (Lota House) will be built. The development will deliver two buildings in stage one comprising of 23 apartments across four levels.

It has met with staunch opposition, even rejected by Brisbane City Council, but the first stage of the $70 million development, The Village Manly on Brisbane’s bayside, will start in September – more than two years after a development application was submitted.

Village Retirement Group (owned by father-and-son Michael and Justin Harrison) and Anglicare Southern Queensland will build a 100 two and three-bedroom apartment complex at the Queensland Heritage Registered Lota House (built in 1865).

Two four-storey and two six-storey buildings on the side adjacent to the Edwin Marsden Tooth Memorial Home (Lota House) will be built. The development will deliver two buildings in stage one comprising of 23 apartments across four levels.

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