Work will start next year to build more than 100 homes for the region’s retirees, after private healthcare provider Bupa received the go-ahead for a new retirement village.
A Napier City Council resource consent hearing has approved plans for a 5795sq m village and complex that would include a kitchen, nursing station, communal dining and lounge areas and a visitor, service, reception and administration area on Ulyatt Rd in Napier.
The proposal comprises 99 single-storey retirement villas with internal garaging, 19 retirement apartments and associated detached garages, 49 care beds, as well as communal facilities and support facilities.
Bupa village and aged care managing director and global chief nurse Jan Adams said Bupa was pleased that consent had now been granted for the retirement village and care home.
Photo: Bupa’s retirement village plans for Napier.
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Posted: 23 September 2018