We are excited to announce the commencement of our Anderson Avenue development in Liverpool, marked by a sod turning event with Melinda Pavey, the New South Wales Minister for Water, Property and Housing.
This $23.5 million development in Liverpool will deliver 15 social, 38 affordable and a further 10 Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) homes.
This is a landmark project, marking the partnership between state and federal government and the community housing sector.
The development is the first time National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation (NHFIC) has approved a construction loan to a Community Housing Provider (CHP).
BlueCHP CEO, Charles Northcote said it was a blueprint for future engagements with government and the CHP sector to increase the supply of social, affordable and disability housing in NSW.
“These homes will be delivered to an exceptional standard while supporting people with disabilities and those on moderate incomes.
As a not-for-profit, BlueCHP believes every Australia should have access to safe and secure housing, because it is the best way to support any family,” Mr Northcote said.
BlueCHP is a not-for-profit community housing provider and register provider of Specialist Disability Accommodation under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Since its inception in 2008 BlueCHP has delivered more than 1900 homes, retaining about 800 which are rented as social, affordable or disability housing.