Posts Tagged ‘Retirement Homes’

Auckland Diocese still plans to withdraw from Liston Village

Thursday, October 10th, 2019

The Auckland Catholic Diocese has confirmed that they do not wish to retain Liston Village and will stand by its 2010 contract with the council to quit the site. This is despite the Roskill Voice claims the Diocese had changed its mind. Continue reading Related Posts:Covid restrictions hamper Bishop Lowe’s installation as…Christchurch’s Catholic diocese sells Read more

Nazareth Care ordered to pay $140,000 for manager’s unjustified dismissal

Monday, November 5th, 2018

A Christchurch retirement facility owned by nuns must pay $140,000 after sacking its general manager and escorting him off the premises without explanation. The Employment Court this month ruled Nazareth Care unjustifiably dismissed Stephen Roach and ordered it to pay him $140,000 compensation. Continue reading Related Posts:Christchurch diocese gets new General ManagerIreland: Unmarried pregnant women Read more

Is it possible to save Liston Village?

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

The Puketapapa Local Board has hired an engineering and design consultancy firm, Harrison Grierson, to investigate partial preservation or re-development of the Liston Village. Harrison Grierson have proposed nine options. Many of the proposed options indicate room for expansion and the development of new one and two-bedroom units. The 25-unit village was established in 1984 for people over 60 on low Read more

Nazareth retirement community villiage well underway

Friday, November 13th, 2015

The Nazareth Community of Care retirement village and aged care complex is now well underway on the Sisters of Nazareth site in Brougham St, Sydenham in Christchurch The state of the art complex is a new development for the Sisters, and marks their entry into the retirement living market. It is a boutique development that Read more

Liston Village under threat

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

25 pensioner units at Liston Village in Delargey Ave, Auckland, are under threat. Liston Village, owned by the Auckland Catholic diocese, could face demolition for parkland under a long-term plan for the development of Monte Cecilia Park. Puketapapa Local Board member, Michael Wood, said the local board was commissioning a report to investigate options to Read more