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Warrina Village aged care Chelmer closes for subdivision

Submitted by webmaster on Sat, 05/03/2011 - 7:43am

An impact assessable subdivision application has been submitted for this site by the Salvation Army which includes demolition of existing buildings. A003019156


Warrina Village is an aged care facility at Chelmer owned and man-aged by the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army propose to relocate the facility to Chapel Hill and dispose of the site.

The site includes a 19th century two storey residence, originally known as Pontresina. Pontresina has cultural heritage values as a substantial 19th century villa and is entered on the City Plan Heritage Register.

The Salvation Army propose to demolish most buildings on the site and re-configure the lot (Lot 4 on RP 163091).