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Darren Chester MP Cuts the Ribbon  
Official Opening of Prototype Freedom Housing Nest  

 

 


14 September 2018
 
Darren Chester MP Cuts the Ribbon
 
People from around Australia attended the official opening by Darren Chester MP. This project was led by the George Gray Centre and has attracted a $1,200,000.00 disability housing innovation grant from the federal Department of Social Services: Darren Chester's press release.
 
The promise to Pamela has been fulfilled: now a happier, enlightened, and more humane era in disability care - and in aged-care - begins.
 
We will be forever thankful that the George Gray Centre Board and Ian Hunt CEO decided to champion Freedom Housing in their community.
 
A big thank you is reserved for our architects Nicholas Daviotis and Alex Gecse (Nicholas & Alexander Architects) for their extensive pro bono work over the past 8 years, and especially for producing the concept drawings, and for their extraordinary dedication to the Freedom Housing project.
 
We now look forward to working with the Key Committee (the committee of family representatives) to ensure that those requiring care are cared for well into the future.
 
Further proposed developments of Freedom Housing nests - in both house and apartment form - are in progress around Australia and in England.
 
Registrations of interest are welcome. Details on how to make an application for registration will be found on the homepage.
 

 

 


 

8 August 2018
 
Official Opening of Prototype Freedom Housing Nest
 
This is the George Gray Centre Freedom Housing nest in Gippsland: the prototype of the Freedom Housing concept.
 
The nest will be opened officially at 11 AM on Friday 14 September by Darren Chester MP the Federal Member for Gippsland, Minister for Veteran's Affairs and Defence Personnel.
 
Please contact us if you would like an invitation to attend the official opening.