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Anderson and Alamein, Liverpool
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Construction is underway in Liverpool on the development of a well-designed contemporary five-storey, sixty-three unit mixed development.




1-7 Anderson Avenue & 12 Alamein Avenue, Liverpool

Proposed new homes:

63 units

New tenants:

Up to 120 new residents

Construction cost:

$23.5 million total construction cost

Project updates

NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) and Community Housing provider, BlueCHP Limited, have partnered to construct a five-storey, sixty-three unit mixed development in Liverpool.

This new development will comprise fifteen social housing units consisting of five two-bedroom and ten one-bedroom units, together with 19 affordable homes and a further 29 to be used as either private, affordable or specialist disability accommodation.

BlueCHP Limited will transform older, low-density social homes into quality, modern mixed development housing that will provide homes for up to 120 people, creating around 118 jobs over the life of the project.

This renewal project is within walking distance to the Liverpool Parramatta Transitway which connects to Liverpool shops, restaurants, services and Liverpool Hospital.

This $23.5 million development in the Liverpool local government area is due for completion in March 2023.

When complete, this renewal project will feature an architectural contemporary and attractive design, environmentally sustainable shade structures, stormwater management systems, new footpaths on Anderson Avenue and electricity supply upgrades. Five units will be adaptable for mobility restricted residents and there will be several accessible parking spaces provided.

BlueCHP delivers and manages quality housing and this development will be designed to the highest standards and set a new standard for the surrounding area creating a vibrant, diverse and integrated community.

The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC), is financing the construction of this project through a low interest loan to BlueCHP. This project represents the first of two residential construction projects in Australia funded by NHIFIC to community housing providers.

In line with the NSW Government’s Future Directions for Social Housing plan, this project highlights the NSW Government’s continued commitment to deliver well designed, fit-for purpose homes integrated within the community to create greater diversity and help strengthen support for social housing residents.