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Mount Carmel Convent in Rutherglen being brought back to life | The Border Mail

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An old primary school science block that was once occupied by nuns is envisaged to become a distillery. Rutherglen’s Mount Carmel Convent is getting a new lease on life after being purchased last year by Melbourne business partners and builders of 15 years Ben Kennedy and Michael Gyucha. The pair have been working with Habitat Planning to lodge an application to Indigo Shire for a function centre, restaurant and microbrewery. With 21 levels of support, council accepted the planning permit for the heritage building on the corner of High and Culbertson Streets. Once an appeal period comes to an end, major planning work can begin. Mr Kennedy and his team have been cleaning up and repainting the building, which was opened…



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