Delivering affordable, social and disability housing across eastern Australia
BlueCHP started its journey in 2008 with a small team that focused solely on developing projects in New South Wales. Over the years, we have expanded grown in capabilities and reach as both a developer and a provider.
As a developer, we have successfully delivered over 2,000 social, affordable, and specialist disability accommodation (SDA) homes in NSW and QLD. Our reach continues to expand with homes in construction in both South Australia and Victoria.
As a community housing provider (CHP), we have retained a portfolio of over 850 social, affordable, and SDA homes that provide secure and affordable housing to over 2,000 people.
Not-for-profit Tier 1 Community Housing Provider
We are a not-for-profit, tier one, Community Housing Provider. We work to the highest performance requirements and regulatory engagement level to be recognised as a Tier 1 provider under the National Regulatory Scheme for Community Housing (NRSCH).
In addition, we are a registered SDA provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguards Commission (NDIS) and follow the regulatory approach set out by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).
Property Development Expertise
The BlueCHP team are passionate about delivering high-quality and thoughtfully designed homes. Our highly experienced property development team and network of planners, architects, builders and other providers throughout Australia enables us to scale up depending on the project’s requirements.
We are committed to sustainability and creating homes with low operational costs. We are piloting a virtual private electrical network utilising solar electricity to lower costs and meet our sustainability goals through innovation. Our organisation also brings financial strength to any transaction with property investments over $400m. With our long-term investors (minimum of 20 years), BlueCHP will be able to continue to offer Australians a secure future, enabling them to access a home they can afford and that meets their needs.
The BlueCHP team also provides our expertise and experience to State and Federal government agencies on policy issues surrounding the sector and in developing the SDA Design Guidelines. We strongly support providing Australians with choice and control, one of the key principles of the NDIS.
135 Affordable Homes – Jordan Springs (NSW)
BlueCHP was delighted to welcome Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Minister Collins and Minister Jackson to mark the milestone of our 135th affordable home built in Jordan Springs and Ropes Crossing, as part of the St Mary’s ADI project.
The family homes are a blend of two to four-bedroom standalone homes, granny flats and duplexes. 35 of these dwellings have also been built to the Improved Liveability, specialist disability accommodation (SDA), standard.
On completion, the project will deliver up to 186 affordable and SDA homes to the Penrith Community. Residents will enjoy modern open plan designs, private backyards, and a location close to schools, Western Sydney University, Nepean Hospital, and with easy access to Penrith CBD.
80 Social Homes – Lutwyche & Windsor (QLD)
BlueCHP is proud to deliver 80 new social homes in Lutwyche and Windsor, Delivered in partnership with the Queensland State Government and Housing Australia (formerly NHFIC). This $40 million investment into social housing in Queensland, was split over two projects and the first of many to be delivered through the Queensland governments $2.9 billion Housing Investment Growth Initiative.
The 80 individual apartments are a mix of one and two-bedroom homes, and were quickly filled by households waiting for an affordable home on the social housing priority waitlist.
These large modern apartments have been designed for the long-term, with each resident enjoying a private patios or balcony, and the benefits of a home located 10 minutes of Brisbane CBD, close to public transport, education, healthcare, amenities, and employment opportunities.