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Macarthur Gardens development - commendation in UDIA awards

9th Aug 2017 | posted by BlueCHP

BlueCHP’s Macarthur Gardens Development by Scott Morrison

1st Jun 2017 | posted by BlueCHP Limited

BlueCHP’s Budget Comment

1st Jun 2017 | posted by BlueCHP Limited

BlueCHP’s commencement to tenancy management services.

7th May 2017 | posted by BlueCHP Limited

BlueCHP annual report out now

25th Nov 2016 | posted by BlueCHP

Logan Renewal Initiative cancelled

1st Sep 2016 | posted by Administrator

Revealed: how and why housing at Waterloo beat Sydney Uni for a rail station

29th Jan 2016 | posted by Administrator

Opening Ceremony of 33rd house at Ropes Crossing

26th Oct 2015 | posted by C Chiu

BlueCHP’s latest development – The Gardens

9th Oct 2015 | posted by M Steimbeisser

A new ramp for Share Care’s inclusive Child Care Centre “Cooinda”

9th Oct 2015 | posted by J Sirec

2013 - A year in review

20th 11 2013 | posted by S.Hogan

It has been a busy time in the BlueCHP office. We have relocated to our new office in Leumeah, launched a new website, and have delivered the latest 2013 Annual report.

On the property development front, BlueCHP was invited to tender on the urban renewal and re-development of Logan City, Queensland. BlueCHP also submitted a joint tender with Hume Community Housing for affordable housing with Urban Growth NSW, for their Bunya estate in Doonside.

This is an exciting opportunity that will see BlueCHP generate income on a fee-for-service (FFS) arrangement for the next 20 years.

The Worrigee project will also be completed before the end of the 2013 calendar year; consisting of 26 affordable homes.

This was also a year in which we began construction of the 90 dwellings at Ropes Crossing. We have now completed and delivered 22 of these dwellings and have the next stage of 17 for completion in 2014.

As the year comes to an end, we would like to thank our members for their efforts in managing BlueCHP's assets and we look forward to continuing a long and productive business relationship.

Author: Seema Hogan