Seniors living in Western Sydney will benefit from a $2.38 million NSW Government investment in eight new social homes in Blackett.
The NSW Government has backed up its pledge to address a growing housing crisis on the NSW North Coast, calling on the private and not-for-profit sectors to champion innovative ways to collaborate on delivering solutions for Coffs Harbour.
Construction is underway on two housing renewal projects to build new homes that will support vulnerable people in Oxley, while boosting the local economy and jobs. The housing redevelopments – at 59 Middleton Street, South Kempsey, and 34 and 34A Hastings Street, Wauchope – share a combined value of $5.55 million and will together deliver 18 new social homes and 27 jobs.
Thirty one new social homes have been completed in Auburn and South Wentworthville, to provide better-support for seniors living in Western Sydney.
The NSW Government has announced 31 successful bids by Community Housing Providers (CHPs) to deliver $40 million in stimulus funding to upgrade social housing, create jobs and help build safer and stronger communities throughout NSW.