In 2012, the NSW Government awarded BlueCHP stage one of the $22 million Ropes Crossing development. Now in its twelfth year, Stages 1 & 2 of this scheme will deliver 168 affordable homes, with the potential for a further 18 homes in Stage 3.
The family homes, delivered in this project, are a blend of two to four-bedroom standalone homes, house & granny flat combinations, and duplex dwellings spread across Jordan Springs and Ropes Crossing. 35 of these dwellings have also been built to the NDIA Improved Liveability SDA standard. Residents will enjoy modern homes with open plan designs and private backyards, in locations close to schools, Western Sydney University, Nepean Hospital, and with easy access to Penrith CBD.
This project demonstrates the great partnerships with government, the not-for-profit sector and private providers as we facilitate the delivery of up to 186 affordable and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) homes to the Penrith community.