TENANTS to fill three vacant sites on the ‘Holy Mile’ have been selected and recommended to the council for endorsement at next week’s meeting.
The three groups are St Mary’s Community Care (for Nurture Works BUZ), Regional Kids/Workpower and Australian Medical Procedures Research Foundation (for the Fresh Start Recovery Program).
If offered, the 21-year leases will start on December 1 and run until November 30, 2032.
Nurture Works is a Busselton-based organisation focused on building resilience in young people using the concept of the BUZ (build up zone).
The campsite proposes to be non denominational.
Regional Kids /Workpower is a children’s charity founded in Busselton and focuses on serious childhood diseases and supports families and carers.
The Fresh Start Recovery Program is based in Subiaco and Northam and treats patients with opiate and alcohol addictions and is focused on treatment and long-term recovery.
The Busselton program proposes to provide a bridge between treatment and successful long-term recovery.