Selwyn St Andrews Retirement Village

By rev.zero

Jan 08
Selwyn St Andrew’s retirement village in Cambridge, New Zealand has named its new care, retirement living and community amenities centre ‘The Moxon Centre’, in recognition of Archbishop Emeritus Sir David Moxon KNZM, former Bishop of Waikato and former Primate and Archbishop of the New Zealand Dioceses of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.

 

The new development, which is Revision Zero recently completed the Structural Steel detailing, will allow the village to offer residential aged care on its site for the first time ever, ensuring that residents can have the option of continuing to live on site as their care needs change over time. The $14 million, three storey development will consist of a 24 room care suite on the first floor which will cater for both rest home and hospital level care.

On the upper floor, eleven independent living apartments will be available each offering wonderful elevated views of the surrounding landscape.The building will also include a range of community leisure and social facilities on the ground floor for the whole village to enjoy.


 
 

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