Seniors hub at Spillett House gets facelift

21 Mar 2017

COTA NT CEO Sue Shearer welcomes Filimon Siskamanis from Nightcliff Builders to Spillett House before the works commence

COTA NT is thrilled to announce they have been successful in their application for a Northern Territory Government Community Immediate Works Grant.

These funds enabled COTA NT to commission Nightcliff Builders to undertake much needed and essential electrical, plumbing and building works.

Over the next few weeks, seniors may notice some interruptions in COTA’s normal programs, although staff and volunteers will be working hard to minimise any inconvenience caused by works.

COTA’s CEO, Sue Shearer says, “We are really pleased with the outcome and welcome this support from NT Government.

“This funding replaces aged fixtures and fittings such as the switchboard, ceiling fans, light and fan switches, sliding doors into our main activity room, helps install an additional air-conditioning unit to use at our bigger functions and enables us to renovate the toilets including accessibility bathroom.”

Filimon Siskamanis from Nightcliff Builders is looking forward to working with the COTA team to bring Spillett House up to date and provide a more comfortable environment for seniors.


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