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Summerset gains resource consent for 1st Melbourne village

Jenny Ruth
Wed, 25 Aug 2021

Chief executive Scott Scoullar said Summerset is sticking to broad acre villages. (Image: supplied)
Jenny Ruth
Wed, 25 Aug 2021
Summerset has just received consents to start building its Cranbourne North village, its first in Melbourne, and has also bought land for a fourth village in that city.Chief executive Scott Scoullar said the consents came through just ahead of the results announcement and that he expects to be welcoming its first residents in 2022.Summerset is following in the footsteps of Ryman Healthcare in developing villages in Australia, just as it followed the continuum of care model that Ryman pioneered in New Zealand."Principally, we're focusin...

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