BlueCHP is thrilled to be delivering more social, affordable and disability housing for the community in Liverpool.
The $23.5 million project will see the creation of 15 social homes, 48 affordable homes and 10 homes for people with disabilities.
BlueCHP Senior Development Manager Glenn Amanonce said it was an exciting project because it delivered for the people of south-west Sydney.
The project is supported by the Federal Government, through the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation, which providers access low-cost finance.
BLueCHP is also working closely with the NSW Minister for Water, Property and Housing, Melinda Pavey and NSW Land and Housing Corporation.
Charles Northcote, BlueCHP CEO said partnering with the NSW Government, to build homes on state-owned land was an important part of delivering more homes for people in need.
The project is expected to create 118 jobs during construction and will feature modern architectural design.
The development is at Anderson Avenue in Liverpool which is located within walking distance of the Liverpool Parramatta Transitway.
The project is expected to start in early 2021 following the support of Liverpool Council and approval from the Sydney Western City Planning Panel.