The Facility Build Committee have been busily working with Tony Madden Architects to finalise building plans and artistic renditions.
Preliminary works have continued at 38 Agnes Street to prepare the site for construction. Asbestos removal has now been completed by TDA (Turner’s Demolition & Asbestos) and volunteers from the Gracemere Men’s Shed have been working hard to strip out the building.
Fitzroy Community Hospice became the proud owners of 38 Agnes Street, with settlement going through on the property on 30 June. Building plans to redevelop the site are in their final stages and preliminary works to prepare the site for builders has already commenced.
Fitzroy Community Hospice has come a long was in our dedicated efforts to redevelop 38 Agnes Street, Rockhampton into a Hospice facility. Australian Government capital funding of $8M remains locked-in and construction is expected to commence by the end of this year. In addition, the Hospice Board and Queensland Health are currently working towards an operational funding agreement for the onsite service.
Fitzroy Community Hospice has joined the Drakes Supermarket Community Dollars Program. Pick up a Fitzroy Community Hospice tag from Drakes Glenmore or Emu Park or download the myDrakes app on your phone and scan every time you shop at Drakes.
First Founding Partner Fitzroy Community Hospice is proud to announce its first Founding Partner, Evans Edwards & Associates, who have committed their support as a Founding Partner of Fitzroy Community Hospice, donating $50,000 towards the establishment of the...