Site announced for Blayney MPS Redevelopment

The major redevelopment of the Blayney Multipurpose Service (MPS) is a step closer with the announcement of the existing site as the preferred location today.
The existing MPS will be redeveloped on Osman Street following a comprehensive review by Health Infrastructure and the Western NSW Local Health District.
The NSW Government is investing in the redevelopment of the Blayney MPS as part of its $297 million Multipurpose Service Program to deliver improved access to health and aged care services for communities in rural and remote NSW.
The existing location’s close proximity to other medical and aged care services currently located on the site, including the HealthOne, was an important factor in determining the preferred site. It will provide a modern, fit-for-purpose health and aged care facility and is located close to the town centre, providing convenient access for aged care residents to travel to town. 
The relatively flat site also offers future opportunities for on-site parking and landscaping, and will ensure easy access for emergency services, staff and visitors attending the facility.
Further details of the Blayney MPS redevelopment will be identified through the planning phase.
There will be opportunities for community members to have their say into shaping the redevelopment as planning continues. The project team will be releasing the master plan shortly and the community will be invited to provide their feedback on this next stage.
For more information about the project please contact the project team via phone on 9978 5432 or email or visit