Frankston City Council is inviting Expressions of Interest to further increase the use of the former Linen House precinct to enhance community benefit for the site.
Organisations who are interested in being a partner tenant at the newly branded Frankston Health and Wellbeing Hub in the Belvedere Precinct, Seaford are invited to apply.
It is hoped that the first class multi-million dollar facility will continue to have a strong health, wellbeing, and community focus.
The site’s wellbeing focus will encompass services that will contribute to the physical, emotional, educational, social and mental health needs of the Frankston community.
Frankston City Mayor, Michael O’Reilly said it was a great opportunity for innovative and community-minded organisations and businesses to become a part of the facility in a partnership agreement.
“If you are looking to locate somewhere progressive, supportive, and future looking in the arena of community well-being, sports and primary health, this may be your future home,” said the Mayor.
“The Frankston Health and Wellbeing Hub is a great location in the heart of the local community.
“With world class sports and sports recovery facilities, water therapy pool, community program and meeting spaces, theatrette and state of the art audio visual and digital infrastructure, it is an outstanding facility and I am excited to see what the future holds.
“The facility has an AFL competition grade oval and matching community and sports facilities nearby, added the Mayor.
The Expression of Interest process opens later this month and will enable Council to identify preferred organisations to progress and negotiate partnership discussions with.
To find out more about the project and how to apply visit www.frankston.vic.gov.au/belvedereEOI.