Construction almost done
September is the expected completion date of six independent homes being built at the Alumuna Independent Retirement Village in Finley.
The new state-of-the-art homes are part of the development behind Finley Regional Care.
The Alumuna project is the biggest retirement living development to occur in Finley and will include the biggest privately owned solar panel system in the region.
Finley Regional Care CEO Ben Levesque said these new homes are perfect for residents across the region who are preparing to downsize. ‘‘It’s care free living,’’ he said. ‘‘There are some people out there who might think their home is too big, so these are smaller, compact modern homes with the latest technology installed.
‘‘When you decide to go away for a couple of weeks in the caravan, you can have the peace of mind your home will be looked after and the gardens won’t be overgrown.
‘‘This housing development strategically aligns with the needs of Finley as an ageing community.
‘‘It will focus on providing a quality community independent living experience that is person centred, progressive, comprehensive and takes into consideration the dynamic lives of older individuals, families and the community.’’
The homes are described as ‘‘liveable’’, and will meet the demands of the changing needs of home occupants across their lifetime.
A liveable home at Alumuna Independent Retirement Village is designed to: be easy to enter and to move around in; be capable of easy and cost-effective adaptation; and
be designed to anticipate and respond to the changing needs of occupants.
For any inquires contact Finley Regional Care on 5883 9600.
(Back, from left) John Hawkins, Reuben Sibraa, Peter Shannon, Peter Whitty, Don Matheson, Kerry Brain, Graeme Coates, Peter Robertson, Rob Hawkins, Mark O'Brien, Andy Plattfuss, Mick Taylor, Glenn Jackson and Joyce Brain; (front) Steve Reynolds, Mark O'Bryan, Greg Delmenico, Paul Pinnuck and Warren Lang.
Lindsay Donkin, Trevor McCaw and Peter Robertson
Glen Jackson, Mark O’Brien and Gerry Groenewegen.
Peter Shannon and Louis Koschel.