Chesterhope new hospice gifted land 5.8 hectares
Cranford Hospice brand new $15m plus home assisted by Turley & Co
“A report by property strategist Turley & Co said the age, construction and location of the hospice’s current site in Hastings’ Knight St placed limitations on growth, expansion and modernisation – Hawke’s Bay Today 16 September 2017.”
Team Turley & Co in 2022 is right behind the new Hawke’s Bay hospice at Chesterhope! Pat Turley is leading the plus $15m new build Building Executive as volunteer chair. The team and Turley family are delivering and supporting pro-bono professional work for Cranford Hospice.
Turley & Co property strategies work for Presbyterian Support East Coast (PSEC) in 2010-11 was the genesis for a new Hawke’s Bay hospice on gifted land. That work was assisted by colleague Kurt Richards who now practices at Carter Jonas in the UK.
In 2022 progress towards the New Home for Cranford is gathering great momentum: A place where the people of Hawke’s Bay can receive the best possible palliative care, now, and for generations to come.
Cranford Hospice has embarked on the project to build a new, fit-for-purpose, home for Cranford. Plans are currently being finalised. Over $10m has already been raised plus gifted land.
See Hawke’s Bay Today and BayBuzz press:
“A report by property strategist Turley & Co said the age, construction and location of the hospice’s current site in Hastings’ Knight St placed limitations on growth, expansion and modernisation.”
“It was identified as a “future focused” hospice facility, with a report by Turley & Co property consultants revealing that the age, construction and location of the hospice’s current site on Knight St limited the opportunity for growth, expansion and modernisation.”
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