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.
The Commonwealth and New South Wales Governments are working together to deliver innovative affordable housing solutions in south-western Sydney that will support more residents and construction jobs.
The NSW Government continues to revitalise housing in Western Sydney with a planning approval granted for a new $7.7 million development in St Marys to deliver new social housing homes for vulnerable local residents.
Construction has started on a $6.9 million housing renewal project in Goulburn that will deliver 20 new social homes and support 35 jobs while bolstering local spending on businesses and trades.
Almost $900 million will be invested as part the 2020-21 NSW Budget to build and accelerate thousands of new homes and create up to 3,000 jobs for the people of NSW, as part of the Government’s stimulus and COVID recovery plan.