Presbyterian Aged Care NSW & ACT (PAC) is advancing plans for the rejuvenation and expansion of aged care services available from the Scottish Hospital Site, Paddington.

PAC has been providing aged care and health services at the Scottish Hospital Site for over 100 years.

PAC is a Ministry of the Presbyterian Church in NSW and the ACT. Its charter is to provide care and accommodation for older people, with a commitment to excellence inspired by the life and teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ. PAC provides residential care, community care and seniors' housing to over 1,000 older people at sites across NSW and the ACT. For further information please visit www.presac.org.au.

With a rapidly aging population and fewer opportunities available for older people to secure accommodation in Inner Sydney, the redevelopment of the Scottish Hospital Site will greatly assist in addressing the insufficient supply of aged care and accommodation for all residents of the area. This website conveys information about the design and development process being adopted for this project and identifies how you can become involved.

To promote the two way exchange of information there is a community feedback form linked to this website. We are keen to heart your views about the redevelopment of this site and encourage you to take the time to keep us informed of your concerns and ideas.

Environmental Assessment Update

PAC is pleased to advise that the Environmental Assessment Report for the redevelopment of the Scottish Hospital Site has been lodged with the NSW Department of Planning (hereafter referred to as the NSW DoP).

The Director General has reviewed the submission, and is satisfied that the documentation addresses the relevant and stringent criteria for the assessment to be publicly advertised and exhibited.

This website has now been updated to include details of the Environmental Assessment Report being advanced by PAC for the Scottish Hospital Site, together with information about the exhibition process and the Stage 3 community consultation events that we will be holding on the 29th November 2010.