AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST SUPER FUND PURCHASES 25% SHARE IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT GROWTH

AUSTRALIA’S LARGEST SUPER FUND PURCHASES 25% SHARE IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT GROWTH

Australia’s largest superannuation fund, AustralianSuper, has bought a 25 per cent share in a Melbourne affordable housing development group Assemble Communities. Assemble Communities reported the investment from the fund will allow it to grow its “rent with the option to buy” property portfolio, named the Assemble Model, and over time, to deliver build-to-rent assets. The…

VICTORIAN SOCIAL HOUSING GROWTH FUND

VICTORIAN SOCIAL HOUSING GROWTH FUND

The $1 billion Victorian Social Housing Growth Fund will deliver additional supply of social and affordable housing. A dedicated fund has been established to support innovative partnerships between the Victorian Government and consortia including the community housing, private, not for profit and local government sectors. It will go hand-in-hand with the other new social housing…

THE 1 MISSING LINK TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING

THE 1 MISSING LINK TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Addressing the long term housing shortage issue meant assessing all facets in an end to end development model, pulling absolutely everything apart to arrive at a collective model that meets the growing problem of affordable and social housing in the construction sector. And it starts with innovation. We could review residential development in many forms…

Getting People Into Their Own Home From $35,000

GETTING PEOPLE INTO THEIR OWN HOME FROM $35,000!

Fire-resistant – Bal 29 Sustainable and recyclable – great for the environment Build under 150 hours – there are your holding costs! R-value of 8.6 energy efficiency – tick, tick! Moisture resistant – no black mould – ticking the health box! No gypsum board and formaldehyde – gosh have you researched these before? Can withstand…

REGIONAL QUEENSLAND RECEIVES $16M FOR RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE

REGIONAL QUEENSLAND RECEIVES $16M FOR RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE

Almost $16 million will be invested into rebuilding infrastructure damaged by the 2019 monsoon trough in north and north-west Queensland. Funding will go towards 46 resilience projects in addition to the $93 million already approved through a federal and state government partnership to build stronger, more resilient infrastructure in regional Queensland. Emergency Management Minister David…