Conversion Guests became Inmates..

8 Dec

What was their Crime .. take three ‘Experts to declare you have lost your Sanity.  Or somehow you were in need of a home and this was on offer..

this is what the press says..

A development approval will be lodged by Australian Property Trust with Wollongong City Council within the month to undertake a $4 million refit of the Rydges Hotel property.

Evolution Health Care will lease the building on a “long-term arrangement”.

The deal was negotiated by Colliers International’s national director of transaction services – healthcare and retirement living, Phil Smith, as advisor to the Australian Property Trust.

Smith says the transaction was a long and complex negotiation, and is a great result for both parties and the broader Illawarra community, which is poorly served in terms of mental health.

The Australian Property Trust acquired the building in 2004 when it was known as the City Pacific Hotel and appointed Rydges to manage the property.

In 2005, the trust spent $3.25 million upgrading the hotel, including adding nine new rooms.

Evolution Health Care chairman and CEO Ben Thynne says Wollongong Clinic will deliver state-of-the-art private mental health services to the Illawarra region.

“Local psychiatrists have, and will continue to, be involved with the planning of the facility, which will offer vital services such as general psychiatry, depression, bi-polar and post-traumatic stress disorders,” he says”  112 Burelli Street, Wollongong, New South Wales


Thynne says the clinic will add 80 jobs and 90 additional private hospital beds to the Illawarra when fully functional.  

You just happen to draw the short straw..

Oh, the bit of where did You get this bit of diviet information  regards



3 Responses to “Conversion Guests became Inmates..”

  1. pamea December 8, 2012 at 2:58 am #

  2. pamea December 8, 2012 at 3:14 am #

    DONT RUSH JUST YET.. not ready until March.. you know these NSW Government Builders .. never hurry yourself..

    No denying..

  3. Pamea the Wench December 8, 2012 at 7:05 am #

    I have shown the Eletist Accommodation for Mentally Ill. This is not for such as Us, you and me… we are somewhere in between.. ”Clinical studies in the 1980s and 1990s found the prevalence of mental illness among people who were homeless as ranging somewhere between 39 and 75 per cent.
    A more recent study by social researchers at RMIT in Melbourne found the incidence of a mental illness was much lower. They found that 15 per cent had a mental illness before becoming homeless. Interestingly, they found 16 per cent developed a mental illnesses following homelessness.

    Read more: Apologies.. NSW Health will want to recouperate moneys spent so they can keep you Knaves & Wenches down!

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