The site of an old church is set to become a new multi-generational childcare facility for more than 130 kids.
If Ipswich City Council gives the proposal the tick of approval, Australia Post-tel Institute will remove the existing buildings on the land formerly owned by the Anglican Church Southern Queensland, and build an expansive single-storey centre with eight activity rooms.
Developers said the Eastern Heights Childcare and Community Centre, to be located at 26-28 Lloyd George St would be a “multi-generational” space, which would greatly benefit the surrounding community.
Plans show the centre could host 136 children from birth to five years old as well as a multi-use community space for mothers groups, playgroups and other similar activities.
Green space will be a focal point of the development, with a planned 1000 sqm allocated for outdoor recreation, and a 39-space carpark will be located at the front of the property.
The Australian Post-tel Institute lodged the development application for The Eastern Heights Childcare and Community Centre on 26-28 Lloyd George St on 13 February and it’s currently under review by the council.
Article source: Queensland Property Investor