A positive track record in affordable and green development has seen Yolk Property Group and Ventura Home Group appointed as development partners to transform the former Hainsworth Primary School site into a thriving new residential community for more than 100 residents.
Housing Minister Peter Tinley today announced the Department of Communities’ (Housing) collaboration with the Yolk Property Group/Ventura Home Group consortium on The Amble Estate – a 4.2-hectare urban infill project in Girrawheen that will produce a mix of affordable and highly sustainable housing.
Yolk Property Group Director Tao Bourton said the company was looking forward to working with Ventura Home Group and the Department of Communities on the project.
“We aim to create affordable residential communities that make it easy and attractive for people to live sustainably and we’re excited to work together toward this vision in Girrawheen,” Mr Bourton said.
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