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feature MINDA'S MASTER PLAN South Australia’s largest SARAH Constructions selected sector organisation Minda non-government disability as builder and BankSA as funding government development in South partner. The project began in January Australia, and creates a high-quality, Incorporated is putting the 2017, creating 850 jobs over the integrated, affordable, innovative course of the build and injecting and sustainable urban community around $100 million into the South that delivers on diversity of lifestyle Australian economy. choice that will support people with finishing touches on Stage 2 of its multimillion dollar Master Plan at Brighton in Adelaide. C It involves the construction of 18 houses and two residential apartment disability to live enriched lives of their choosing,” Ms Miller said. hief Executive Officer Cathy buildings for people with disability, and Miller said Minda Brighton is two apartment buildings in Brighton people with disability the set to become an intentional, Dunes over 55s retirement living. opportunity to engage in meaningful mixed community village – an urban village that is unparalleled. People supported by Minda began “The project also provided work and develop skills by working moving into their new homes late as gatekeepers, in administration last year, including married couple and as general labourers with Master Plan is to progressively Anthony and Kaylene Obst (pictured SARAH Constructions. replace outdated living arrangements above), who said they are delighted for more than 170 people with new with their two-bedroom home. “The overarching goal of the accommodation that combines Ms Miller said in addition to “SARAH Constructions has since employed four staff from this group on an ongoing basis.” the comforts of home with a the new homes and apartments, Stage 1 of Minda’s Master Plan contemporary model of service a lifestyle hub of four buildings was completed in late 2014, with the delivery and state-of-the-art offers updated, personalised remaining stages to be completed technologies,” Ms Miller said. program facilities for the by 2022. Stage 2 construction was given the green light in mid-2016, with 38 “The project is the largest non- accommodation learning-based MyPATH program and lifestyle activities. Ms Miller said clever design and careful planning will see more than