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Contract awarded for visionary new housing in Glebe
Last published on 22 Dec 2020 in News
Momentum continues to build on a visionary inner Sydney housing redevelopment that will deliver 74 new social and private homes in Glebe.
Innovation to Boost Social Housing Growth
The NSW Government will drive the growth of its $51 billion social housing portfolio through innovative partnerships, with a new plan to make it easier for community housing providers (CHPs) to deliver new, fit-for-purpose social [...]
Boost for local jobs and housing
Construction is underway on a $3.44 million housing renewal project in Bass Hill that will deliver 10 new social homes and support 17 jobs while bolstering local spending on businesses and trades.
Tolland transformation on track
Plans to revitalise a major social housing precinct in Wagga Wagga have taken another step forward, with a Community Housing Provider named to help drive the project’s design.
53 social homes to be delivered in six months
Construction will start in early 2021 on 53 modern social homes, to be completed in just six months, thanks to an innovative NSW Government pilot program using seven home builders and fast-tracked approvals.
Big boost for Bonnyrigg housing transformation
Last published on 16 Dec 2020 in News
The NSW Government has approved a plan to deliver an additional 500 homes, new open space and additional community facilities at the Bonnyrigg Housing estate in Sydney’s southwest.
Boost for local jobs and housing in Southern Sydney
Last published on 10 Dec 2020 in News
More than $50 million in seven housing renewal projects in the Georges River council area will deliver 117 new social homes and support more than 250 jobs while bolstering spending on businesses and trades.
Housing project boosting jobs in Western Sydney
Western Sydney is benefitting from a boost in jobs and the local economy, with construction underway on a $6.13m million social housing project in Auburn to provide homes for vulnerable older community members.
Boost for local jobs and housing in Hunter
Three housing renewal projects in the Hunter Region will deliver an $11.59 million investment to create 32 new social homes and support more than 50 jobs while bolstering local spending on businesses and trades.
Boost for local jobs and housing in Hawkesbury
Construction is due to commence in January 2021 on a $5.47 million housing renewal project in the Hawkesbury that will deliver 15 new social homes and support 27 jobs while bolstering local spending on businesses [...]