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Puttinu Cares has signed a deal to buy a € 23 million building to accommodate cancer patients in London



The Puttinu Cares Foundation has signed an agreement to purchase a building in central London. This is intended to accommodate Maltese patients while they are being treated in the city.

The deal sealed the purchase of 23 apartments just minutes from Great Ormond Hospital. About 23 million euros have been invested in this project.

The building is named after Victor Carvanya, a charity co-founder and childhood cancer expert. Victor Carvana died in a car in Cowra.

According to Puttinu Cares, the project will be paid through donations, a € 5 million grant from the National Development Society Fund, and a € 10 million Valletta bank loan to cover the additional costs and renovations of the building.

Puttinu Cares currently has two full-payment buildings in Sutton consisting of 20 other apartments.

Prime Minister’s wife Lydia Avera, High Commissioner Emmanuel Maria of Malta, and project architect Ray Demicoli attended the signature of High Commissioner Malta of Piccadilly.

“Maltese and Gozitans are always holding hands when needed. This is an investment beyond the building itself, but an investment in all families living in our country who do not know if they need help. When you need it. “

The only certainty of all this is that at that moment, a very distressed family finds an apartment in London that welcomes them and provides the comfort they need without financial burden, “says Lydia Avera. I did.

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https://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2022-06-10/local-news/Puttinu-Cares-signs-contract-to-buy-23m-building-to-house-cancer-patients-in-London-6736243631 Puttinu Cares has signed a deal to buy a € 23 million building to accommodate cancer patients in London

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