Stage 1: Reactivating the Repat - Identify, Test and Develop Options
Stage 1 consisted of two sub-stages:
- 1A: During April and May 2018, we identified the opportunities and options available for reactivating the Repat site.
- 1B: From June until mid-July 2018, we tested and developed these options in collaboration with key stakeholders.
PAST EVENT: Reactivating the Repat - Official launch
This event has already passed but you can hear the Minister for Health and Wellbeing, Stephen Wade, speak about the process and his views in the video below.
You can also watch all the videos from the official launch of the public consultation here.
Stage 2: Reactivating the Repat - Community and Stakeholder Consultation
From mid-August until September 2018, the conceptual Master Plan is available for community and stakeholder consultation.
EVENT: Reactivating the Repat - Let's Talk
Join us at Tonsley and engage in a series of in-depth chats with a group of speakers on how the Repatriation General Hospital site in Daw Park could be reactivated.
Registrations for this event will open soon.
Stage 3: Reactivating the Repat - Partnership Dialogue
During September 2018 we will be costing the Conceptual Master Plan and negotiating with potential partners.
Closing date for submissions to the Expression of Interest is 14 September 2018
Stage 4: Reactivating the Repat - Government Endorsement
During October and November 2018 we will be seeking sign-off for the Conceptual Master Plan.
Stage 5: Reactivating the Repat - Finalise Master Plan and Approvals
By mid- December 2018 we expect to finalise the negotiations with potential partners and obtain Cabinet sign-off on the Master Plan.