The master-planned amenity, with a focus on sustainability, includes a substantial nursing home which will be available to the wider community. Tempus will be unique to Tasmania in offering quality rural and regional retirement living options that embrace family pets and livestock.
Nestled into the foothills landscape, Tempus will feature 140 Independent Living Units – modern 2 and 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, architecturally designed with bespoke interior design. An authentic rural experience without the maintenance and work. North facing with a stunning rural and ocean outlook at a range of price points. Turf roofs will not only provide thermal and acoustic insulation, but will also enhance the outlook for the terraced residences.
A range of home styles have been designed to optimise their solar orientation, so that all will have Northern sun into their living space and a range of private outdoor spaces to take advantage of the morning, midday & afternoon sun.
There will be an array of recreational and communal facilities for residents and the local community – including an 80 seat theatre, gymnasium, 20m lap pool, conservatory, olive grove, bowling green, equestrian centre, orchard and greenhouse. The aim is to promote healthy living and community engagement in a unique rural setting in a world class location. The Tempus project fits with the Glamorgan Spring Bay Council 20 year plan for Swansea regarding retirement and population growth.
The joint venture team has been working with local consultants to initiate a project that will afford many benefits to the local community. The design and amenity of Tempus has been carefully considered after initial consultation and engagement with the Council, stakeholders and the local community. Tempus will be a project that the Swansea residents can be proud of and engage with. The unique concept, design and operational aspects will likely receive local and international attention.