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Riverland Water makes $10,000 donation to new Cancer Council SA Building
The Riverland Water Project, which delivers drinking water to approximately 150,000 people in the region, has made a $10,000 donation to Cancer Council SA’s new, integrated cancer building at 202 Greenhill Road, Eastwood.
The $10,000 donation will fund the kitchen in the building’s ground floor, which provides meals to guests staying in Adelaide for cancer treatment.
Reasearch shows regional South Australians bear the burden of a cancer diagnosis
Research shows that South Australians are more likely to die within five years of a cancer diagnosis the further they live from the city.
202 Greenhill Road site tour
Cancer Council SA Chief Executive shows Will McDonald through the site of Cancer Councils SA’s new, integrated cancer building at 202 Greenhill Road, Eastwood.
Cancer Council Flinders and Greenhill Lodge go up for sale.
After serving the South Australian community for more than 30 years, Cancer Council SA’s Lodges on Greenhill Lodge and Dequetteville Terrace will go on the market for sale this week, with the proceeds helping to fund the organisation’s new, integrated cancer building at 202 Greenhill Road, Eastwood.
Construction begins on South Australia's new home of cancer accommodation, research, prevention and support.
On 29 March 2021, construction began on Cancer Council SA’s new, integrated cancer building at 202 Greenhill Road, Eastwood, with Premier Steven Marshall and Minister for Health and Wellbeing Stephen Wade MLC joining Cancer Council SA Board Chair The Hon Karlene Maywald to mark the occasion by turning the first sod.
Cancer Council SA announces a $30m development with $10m support from the State Government
The State Government will commit $10 million to fund Cancer Council SA’s new home for all South Australians impacted by cancer, a testament to the importance of the project to the South Australian community.
South Australian company Sarah Constructions appointed as builder for Cancer Council SA’s new, integrated cancer building
South Australian construction company Sarah Constructions has been appointed as the builder for Cancer Council SA’s new, integrated cancer building at 202 Greenhill Road Eastwood.
|29.01.21||Cancer Council SA finalises packing and clearing of 202 Greenhill Road|
|02.02.21||Staff, programs and services begin operation from our temporary location at 168 Greenhill Road, Parkside.|
|02.02.21||Site office established and ground works begin.|
|08.02.21||Time lapse camera installed to share and review progress updates.|
|22.02.21||Building demolition begins.|
Premier Steven Marshall, Minister for Health and Wellbeing Stephen Wade MLC and Cancer Council SA Board Chair the Hon Karlene Maywald turn the first sod at the new building.
Cancer Council’s Flinders and Greenhill Lodge up for sale, with the properties leased back to Cancer Council SA for the duration of the new building.
Demolition and carpark piling now complete! April saw over 140 piles completed on site to prepare the buidling pad and rear carpark.
Civil works commence on site along with in grounds beginning in late April.
Builders have prepared formwork for the stairs and lift shafts and poured the bases for each.
The slab is poured.