Raised so far
Discussions around a potential redevelopment of Hartley court begun in 2012. Following a consultation process with the clients and their families, a preliminary consultation report was written which captured the positives, negatives, and what would make Hartley Court better regarding a rebuild. Following the completion of this report, a decision was then made by the Board that Hartley Court would be redeveloped.
In 2013, the NDIS was announced and became a strong focus for Hartley during the next 5 years. Consequently, the Hartley Court redevelopment was put on hold. During 2016, a feasibility study was conducted on the Hartley Court project. This included an estimated cost of $2.6 million.
APPROVAL & NEXT STEPS
These plans, including broad design concepts were presented to the clients and their families, along with the Board during 2016 and 2017. After lengthy consideration, a concept was agreed upon that would see 2 stand alone houses built at the back of the block, along with a block of individual units at the front. Overall, a positive response was received from clients, families and the Board at that time.
Accordingly, this project was approved and Renaissance Homes (Mark Newman and Andrew Kerec) were engaged to project manage the build. Following a consultation period with the Board and senior management team, Renaissance Homes have developed and submitted plans to the ACT Government for approval.
ABOUT THE BUILDERS
Renaissance Homes are a proudly local, family owned and operated building company offering a wide range of portfolio designs as well as custom home construction within the ACT and surrounding region. Established in 1996, Renaissance Homes have developed an enviable reputation for providing exceptional client service and delivering high quality homes, with an excess of 1200 new homes completed to date including over 150 knock down / re-build projects within established Canberra suburbs.
These consistent high standards have seen Renaissance presented with over 50 Master Builders Association (MBA) and Housing Industry Association (HIA) awards for Excellence in Building over the last 25 years.
RENAISSANCE & HARTLEY
Renaissance have been loyal supporters of Hartley Lifecare for many years through the Cycle Challenge, Deakin Charity House project, The Spine Tingling ride and various other fundraising activities. Renaissance is also currently managing the construction of Hartley's brand new short term accommodation house in Chapman to be opened in early 2021. To show our appreciation for their work, the Chapman house will be known has 'Hartley's Renaissance House'.
Renaissance understand the needs of people with disability and have vast experience in building disability accommodation throughout the Canberra region.
Specialist Disability Accommodation facility, used to provide high quality, person centred support.
284-286 square metre homes with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Buildings in total at Hartley Court Facility
103 square metre self contained units, with one bedroom and one bathroom.