The NSW Government has tripled the number of cleaning visits to social housing properties in Sydney’s south west as part of a $59.4 million initiative to protect NSW residents from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A $5.5 million NSW Government investment in social housing in South Kempsey has given vulnerable young mothers, including those at risk of homelessness, a secure home and greater support to pursue their education.
During the 2021 financial year, the NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) delivered 410 new social homes for people across NSW – a 250 per cent increase on the previous year. In FY22, we are on track to deliver more than 800 more new homes.
The locations of hundreds of new social housing units funded by the $150 million sale of the Sirius Building in The Rocks have been revealed for the first time.
The NSW Government has completed a new 10-unit project for vulnerable Wagga Wagga seniors, located adjacent to the popular Duke of Kent Park and close to local amenities, public transport and health services.